A Letter from the FEBC President

“Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord” (Psalm 27:14).

Throughout Psalm 27, David’s heart leaps with great praises for God…he declares his desire to know the Lord and to be in His presence. At the same time, David does not hesitate to acknowledge the many hardships he has faced and continues to face. When the troubles of life are threatening to overwhelm him, David reminds himself of the goodness of the Lord. He reminds himself that, regardless of his circumstances, the answer is always to wait for the Lord.

When we wait for the Lord, we are not idle. This kind of waiting carries with it the idea of expectancy and anticipation, watching to see what the Lord will do. We can trust that even as we have seen the Father meet our needs in the past, He will meet us again today at our point of need. As we firmly take hold of what we know to be true of the Lord, our hearts are encouraged, and we are able to confidently wait with expectancy and hope.

Thank you for partnering with us in asking the Lord to bless our FEBC broadcasters, missionaries and staff with opportunities to communicate the Good News of the Gospel to those who have yet to hear. Together, we confidently wait with expectancy and hope.

Until all have heard,

Edward W. Cannon
President and CEO

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