14 th June 2020 MHA Sunday Prayers and Reflections

Opening prayers – (From MHA) God of all that is, we praise you for your goodness and your kindness that you bestow on your people. Throughout your word we read stories of the lowly being lifted up, the outsiders being included, your love is for all people and knows no bounds. You showed your ultimate love by coming amongst us as one of us, leaving behind all heavenly splendour to experience the joys and hurts, highs and lows, laughter and tears, hopes and disappointments. Yet you remained obedient and full of love, and lived, served and died for us. You were raised from the dead and offer us everlasting life. And so we declare your holiness, majesty and beauty that radiates from all that is around us. And we, along with all creation shout praise to you. Glory, power and praise be given to you O, God. –

Confession As we recognise your goodness and love, all that you have given to us, in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, your continued presence through your Holy Spirit, we recall in our minds the things we do, think and say that fall short of all that you call us to be. As we reflect on kindness, and remember you and your words, and our experience of the past days, forgive us for times when we have chosen not to be kind, and times when we missed an opportunity to offer kindness. We think of our relationships, those close to us who we let down; those who we might not even know their name but to whom we could have been kinder; the world we inhabit and the needs of this planet and ways in which we have been unkind in caring for it.

Silence Lord forgive us, and renew us in the power of your Holy Spirit, that we may perfectly love you. –

Thanksgiving We give thanks for your faithfulness to us. For the outpouring of your love and grace and for all that you have promised to us. For your love that has guided us through life, and will continue to be with us. We give thanks for communities of kindness, where all are included and made to feel welcome. We give thanks for individuals who through their words and actions are a blessing to those they meet. We thank you that you call us to be part of your Kingdom in the here and now, and that you choose to work through us so that others too may be blessed.

Lord’s Prayer Hymn (Singing the Faith 256) When I needed a neighbour

Matthew 9: 35 – 10: 8 The Harvest Is Great, the Labourers Few Then Jesus went about all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues, and proclaiming the good news of the kingdom, and curing every disease and every sickness. When he saw the crowds, he had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. Then he said to his disciples, ‘The harvest is plentiful, but the labourers are few; therefore ask the Lord of the harvest to send out labourers into his harvest.’

The Twelve Apostles Then Jesus summoned his twelve disciples and gave them authority over unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to cure every disease and every sickness. These are the names of the twelve apostles: first, Simon, also known as Peter, and his brother Andrew; James son of Zebedee, and his brother John; Philip and Bartholomew; Thomas and Matthew the tax- collector; James son of Alphaeus, and Thaddaeus; Simon the Cananaean, and Judas Iscariot, the one who betrayed him.

The Mission of the Twelve These twelve Jesus sent out with the following instructions: ‘Go nowhere among the Gentiles, and enter no town of the Samaritans, but go rather to the lost sheep of the house of Israel. As you go, proclaim the good news, “The kingdom of heaven has come near.” Cure the sick, raise the dead, cleanse the lepers, cast out demons. You received without payment; give without payment.

Reflection More than any other disciple Matthew must have known how much it would have cost to follow Jesus, yet he didn’t hesitate and he did indeed follow him. When he left his Tax collectors booth, his only earthly guarantee was unemployment in that moment. For some of the others they could return to their old jobs of fishing but for Matthew there would never be a ‘going back’ Jesus gave him a new life from that moment and he embraced it. He was now an accepted person transformed and made new, for a despised tax collector we can only begin to imagine how he must have felt. Jesus gave Mathew a new ​purpose for his skill, yet the only transferable skill in that moment seemed to be his ability to record, yet God used that and Mathew became a really good recorded and we see that the gospel bears witness to that. The story that Matthew records is of Jesus journey, a story of compassion on people who are like ‘sheep without a shepherd’ and Jesus call to send out labourers into this harvest, feels very much that these times are with us again, by summoning the 12 together, he calls those he loves, trusts and gives authority to preach, to heal the sick, cast out the demons reminding them that the kingdom of God has come near. Right now, people are lonely, frightened, lost, unsure of what the future looks like and what to do for the best. Do they go out, meet with friends and family, are they safe? will they become ill? We as a church are looking at the consequence of opening up our buildings and the regulations that have to put into place and those with the gifts and skills of leaderships are being tested to make sure we can do so while offering the greatest degree of safely to all concerned. ‘The harvest is great but the labourers are few’. You may be called upon to play a different role, like Matthew as we move forward, called out of your booth into a role or position that previously you felt unprepared for. The call is on each and everyone of us as disciples and followers to listen to the voice of God, discern through prayer the right way forward, then act justly and with wisdom and grace in his name, knowing that it is through the power of God that we will be enabled to do all things and not through our own power. Amen

Prayers of intercession We prayer for the world in which we live, for those countries where lives have been lost and chaos seems to be overwhelming people We prayer for the Church as it tries to find its way forward while keeping the whole body of Christ together We prayer for the country, for the leaders that they may have wisdom, grace and feel your presence in their decision making We prayer for our communities for those front line workers those we see and those we don’t for those who have returned to work, afraid and those who have lost jobs, we pray for teachers and children returning to schools and ask your blessing on each and everyone, for those who are ill, lonely bereaved, and suffering in any way place your healing hand upon them We pray for ourselves and loved ones and all on our own hearts today – in Jesus name

Let us say the Lords prayer together Amen

Hymn (Singing the Faith 76) Give me joy in my heart

Go in love and peace to service the Lord and the blessing of God father, son and Holy spirit be with you all now and forevermore Amen

purpose for his skill, yet the only transferable skill in that moment seemed to be his ability to record, yet God used that and Mathew became a really good recorded and we see that the gospel bears witness to that. The story that Matthew records is of Jesus journey, a story of compassion on people who are like ‘sheep without a shepherd’ and Jesus call to send out labourers into this harvest, feels very much that these times are with us again, by summoning the 12 together, he calls those he loves, trusts and gives authority to preach, to heal the sick, cast out the demons reminding them that the kingdom of God has come near. Right now, people are lonely, frightened, lost, unsure of what the future looks like and what to do for the best. Do they go out, meet with friends and family, are they safe? will they become ill? We as a church are looking at the consequence of opening up our buildings and the regulations that have to put into place and those with the gifts and skills of leaderships are being tested to make sure we can do so while offering the greatest degree of safely to all concerned. ‘The harvest is great but the labourers are few’. You may be called upon to play a different role, like Matthew as we move forward, called out of your booth into a role or position that previously you felt unprepared for. The call is on each and everyone of us as disciples and followers to listen to the voice of God, discern through prayer the right way forward, then act justly and with wisdom and grace in his name, knowing that it is through the power of God that we will be enabled to do all things and not through our own power. Amen Prayers of intercession We prayer for the world in which we live, for those countries where lives have been lost and chaos seems to be overwhelming people We prayer for the Church as it tries to find its way forward while keeping the whole body of Christ together We prayer for the country, for the leaders that they may have wisdom, grace and feel your presence in their decision making We prayer for our communities for those front line workers those we see and those we don’t for those who have returned to work, afraid and those who have lost jobs, we pray for teachers and children returning to schools and ask your blessing on each and everyone, for those who are ill, lonely bereaved, and suffering in any way place your healing hand upon them We pray for ourselves and loved ones and all on our own hearts today – in Jesus name​Let us say the Lords prayer together Amen Hymn (Singing the Faith 76) Give me joy in my heart Go in love and peace to service the Lord and the blessing of God father, son and Holy spirit be with you all now and forevermore Amen

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Message from Kate 14th June

Message from Kate
Matthew 9: 35 – 10: 8
The Harvest Is Great, the Labourers Few
Then Jesus went about all the cities and villages, teaching in
their synagogues, and proclaiming the good news of the
kingdom, and curing every disease and every sickness. When he
saw the crowds, he had compassion for them, because they
were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a
shepherd. Then he said to his disciples, ‘The harvest is plentiful,
but the labourers are few; therefore ask the Lord of the harvest
to send out labourers into his harvest.’
The Twelve Apostles
Then Jesus summoned his twelve disciples and gave them
authority over unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to cure
every disease and every sickness. These are the names of the
twelve apostles: first, Simon, also known as Peter, and his
brother Andrew; James son of Zebedee, and his brother
John; Philip and Bartholomew; Thomas and Matthew the taxcollector; James son of Alphaeus, and Thaddaeus; Simon the
Cananaean, and Judas Iscariot, the one who betrayed him.
The Mission of the Twelve
These twelve Jesus sent out with the following instructions: ‘Go
nowhere among the Gentiles, and enter no town of the
Samaritans, but go rather to the lost sheep of the house of
Israel. As you go, proclaim the good news, “The kingdom of
heaven has come near.” Cure the sick, raise the dead, cleanse
the lepers, cast out demons. You received without payment; give
without payment.
Reflection
More than any other disciple Matthew must have known how
much it would have cost to follow Jesus, yet he didn’t hesitate
and he did indeed follow him. When he left his Tax collectors
booth, his only earthly guarantee was unemployment in that
moment. For some of the others they could return to their old
jobs of fishing but for Matthew there would never be a ‘going
back’. Jesus gave him a new life from that moment and he
embraced it. He was now an accepted person transformed and
made new, for a despised tax collector we can only begin to
imagine how he must have felt. Jesus gave Mathew a new
purpose for his skill, yet the only transferable skill in
that moment seemed to be his ability to record, yet God used
that and Mathew became a really good recorded and we see
that the gospel bears witness to that.
The story that Matthew records is of Jesus journey, a story of
compassion on people who are like ‘sheep without a shepherd’
and Jesus call to send out labourers into this harvest, feels very
much that these times are with us again, by summoning the 12
together, he calls those he loves, trusts and gives authority to
preach, to heal the sick, cast out the demons reminding them
that the kingdom of God has come near.
Right now, people are lonely, frightened, lost, unsure of what
the future looks like and what to do for the best. Do they go out,
meet with friends and family, are they safe? Will they become
ill? We as a church are looking at the consequence of opening
up our buildings and the regulations that have to be put into
place and those with the gifts and skills of leaderships are being
tested to make sure we can do so while offering the greatest
degree of safely to all concerned. ‘The harvest is great but the
labourers are few’.
You may be called upon to play a different role, like Matthew as
we move forward, called out of your booth into a role or
position that previously you felt unprepared for. The call is on
each and everyone of us as disciples and followers to listen to
the voice of God, discern through prayer the right way forward,
then act justly and with wisdom and grace in his name, knowing
that it is through the power of God that we will be enabled to do
all things and not through our own power.
Amen
Cornerstone
My hope is built on nothing less
Than Jesus’ blood and righteousness
I dare not trust the sweetest frame
But wholly trust in Jesus’ name ………
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvLxZEU02uI
Lyrics: Edward Mote, Eric Liljero, Jonas Myrin, Reuben Morgan CCL 122217

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Weekly Message 7th June 2020

We all know the story of Zacchaeus, Don’t we? No! well Bibles out it is in Luke 9:1-10, right now you know the story of Zacchaeus. Jesus is travelling to Jerusalem and is passing through Jericho that’s a city to the North East of Jerusalem near the dead sea. The crowds were out to see Jesus that day probable because he had healed a blind man on his way into the city and word had got around. So the crowds are out and Zacchaeus being short can’t see for the crowd and goes and climbs a tree for a better look. Quite what his motives are is unclear from the bible passage but he was obviously curious about Jesus. Jesus Does no more than walk under the tree and stop and call Zacchaeus down and tell him he is stopping at his house. Much to the crowds disdain “Look he’s Staying at a sinners house” because Zacchaeus was a tax collector for the Romans, a collaborator and he was considered a thief, he collected taxes for the Romans and added a bit on for him self. So wealthy, but not very popular.

Jesus inviting him self into Zacchaeus’s house obviously made an impression with him and caused him to change his ways (repent) and pay back the money he had twisted out of people.

Jesus visited Zacchaeus He called him by name (from the tree) He visits us and calls us by name were ever we are and asks us to change our ways, and it is up to us whether we accept.

Luke 19:10 The Son of Man came to find lost people and save them.”

Zacchaeus was a very little man
And a very little man was he
He climbed up into a sycamore tree
For the Saviour he wanted to see


And when the Saviour passed that way
He looked into the tree
And said, “Now, Zacchaeus, you come down
For I’m coming to your house for tea”

Because He lives (Amen) https://youtu.be/rFPsyjCnwjU

I believe in the Son I believe in the risen one

I believe I overcome By the power of his blood

Amen Amen I’m alive I’m alive Because He lives

Amen Amen Let my song Join the one that never ends

Because He lives

I was dead in the grave I was covered in sin and shame

I heard mercy call my name He rolled the stone away

Amen Amen I’m alive I’m alive Because He lives

Amen Amen Let my song Join the one that never ends

Because He lives I can face tomorrow

Because He lives Every fear is gone

I know He holds my life my future in His hands

© 2014 Songwriters CASH, ED / GAITHER, BILL / TOMLIN, CHRIS / INGRAM, JASON / CARSON, DANIEL / GAITHER, GLORIA / MAHER, MATT Published by Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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Strange Times Sunday 31st May Worship ?

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Message – Pentecost 31st May 2020

(Acts 21-21) Pentecost saw crowds of followers of Christ together, in Luke’s account of the coming of the Holy spirit — an event which must have been terrifying, but also exhilarating for those gathered together.  

During lockdown our churches have been closed, and we have explored new ways of worship.  The services and chats online are reaching people on the other side of the world, and also being watched by those outside our membership.  Daily, we see acts of kindness, shopping, baking, phoning around, delivering worship and newsletters for those not online, all done through the power of the spirit.

At Pentecost the spirit came as wind and fire, a strong force, but sometimes the Holy Spirit comes quietly into our lives, through a word, a song, a warmth in hearts, touching us with God’s love, a still small voice of calm.  

The spirit has existed since before creation, hovering over the waters. Working in our lives, promised by Jesus when he returned to His Father: through the spirit He gives us his energy, his power to enable us to do all things in his strength.  This wonderful gift is freely available to all who call on Him, all who follow Him and all who trust in Him.  All we need to do is ask to be filled to overflowing with this gift.

Prayer Faithful God, we come to you in lockdown, crying out for the power of the Holy Spirit.  Lord, send your spirit to us, rain down on us, fill us, feed us until our hearts are overflowing with your love, your strength and your power.  In Jesus’ name we pray. Amen

Blessings to you all in this difficult time. Kath

Song

Holy Spirit come

Holy Spirit come

Heal our hearts our lives

Cleanse our thoughts our minds

Holy Spirit come Oh come to us

Holy Spirit fall

Holy Spirit fall

Drench us with Your love

Fill our lives with peace

Holy Spirit fall Oh fall on us

Holy Spirit flow

Holy Spirit flow

Lead us in Your will

Empowered to proclaim

Holy Spirit flow

Oh flow through us

Lyrics: Hillsong Worship

Music: Hillsong Worship

CCL 122217

Blessing – May the Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with us now and evermore, Amen.

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Sunday 31st May Useful worship Links

Hi Everyone 🙂

Faith can be
      seen - The Alternativists archive - Medium

The Methodist Church link for services:

www.methodist.org.uk/our-faith/worship/singing-the-faith-plus/seasons-and-themes/worship-during-the-coronavirus-pandemic/

The
        language and politics of hope - Making Science Public

Kate’s Worship can be found on the following Facebook page at 10.30:

@strangetimes2020

The Meaning of Love - Joshua Hehe - Medium

Trinity Church Cheltenham 10am and 6pm:
http://trinitycheltenham.com/

Faith, hope and love - Faith Hope Love - Sticker |
            TeePublic UK

St Andrews at Langley Mill:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85705723703

Faith Hope
        Love scripture 1 cor 13.13" Baby One-Piece by ...
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Message – ‘Free at last’ Sunday 24th May Jack Watson

I guess we all look forward to the end of social isolation and when our current lockdown situation comes to an end many of us will already have had thoughts about the first things we are going to do.

Maybe a trip to the cinema, the theatre, a meal in a pub or restaurant, maybe share a beer with some friends; what about coffee and cake in our favourite cafe? A visit to grandchildren, parents, relatives and friends.

Right at this moment don’t we all long for those freedoms? Well, dust off the cover and crack open your bibles and have a look at the following verse from John’s Gospel:

John 8:31-32: The Truth Will Set You Free.

Jesus told the people who had faith in him, “If you keep on obeying what I have said, you truly are my disciples. You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”

On August 28, 1963 Dr Martin Luther King stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial before a crowd numbering around a quarter of a million people. That day Doctor King delivered his famous speech “I Have a Dream.” Remember that he concluded that message with these timeless words: “Free at last! Free at last! Thank God Almighty, we are free at last.”

In these testing times it’s wise to remember that freedom is certainly not free and that there is always a price to be paid for our liberty. Currently there seems to be precious few signs to the end of our social isolation but it will end and our hard won freedoms will be restored.

Jesus said, “Hold on to my word!” So continue to obey his teaching; stick with it to the end and live by what Jesus says. THEN WE WILL ALL BE FREE!

I look forward to the day when I walk through the doors of the Church and meet again with my church family and it’s on that day that I pray that we will all cry out in unrestrained joy:

“FREE AT LAST! FREE AT LAST!

THANK GOD ALMIGHTY WE ARE FREE AT LAST!”

A big Amen!

Song

Lyrics: Priscilla Jane Owens (1829-1907)

Music: William James Kirkpatrick (1838-1921)

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Letter From Kate

Message – Dear Friends,
I write to you all in these Strange times. Firstly I want to thank
you all, those of you who have been checking the building, those
who have been looking after each other with news sheets,
pastoral care, telephone calls and small acts of kindness.

Those
who have sent out the links for worship and those who have
shared worship resources to those who don’t have media
devices. Those who have kept folk going through difficult days,
those who have stayed home to keep others safe. We have all
played our part. Today my message is a message of hope. Hope
that things are starting to look brighter, but it comes with words
of caution. Friends, I urge you not to speak of ’going back’ for
there will be no going back, we can only ‘go forward’. Currently
we don’t know what forward will look like. We are at this
moment waiting on news from both the government and the
church, who are working round the clock on how to keep those
churches who are able to reopen their doors a ‘safe place’ for
people to ‘go forward’ into and what worship might look like.
Many questions are being asked and we are trying to look at the
answers as well as how we look after those people who are in
the vulnerable group and still won’t be able to ‘move forward’ for
some time, possibly months, and still feel part of church
communities. We’ve seen a growth in ‘online worship’ and we
are looking at how that might be part of the future for folk who
can’t join the ‘unlocked’ to not exclude them, to make this
message of hope not one just for a few but for the many. I ask
for your prayers at this time. I’ve never ministered into this
situation neither have my colleagues, almost daily we find new
blessings and new challenges. Our hope is in knowing that God
is with us through this. The Psalmist writes 25:5 ‘Guide me in
your truth and teach me, for you are God my Saviour, and my
hope is in you all day long’. It’s these words that I turn to now,
trying to take courage. I know because I have spoken to many
of you that you are struggling, I ask you to try and be patient,
we all want to see our church families but not at the cost of a
second peak in the virus and not by breaking with the advice of
the government and church. I believe folk will feel far safer
knowing that every precaution has been put into place when
they do ‘move forward’. We are the body of Christ, by working
together as we have done so far, we will combat this next phase
and work out a future that is inclusive for all of God’s people
while keeping our most vulnerable safe. We want a church do
we not that lives in word and action; ‘all are welcome here’
we just need to work out how that might work practically. As
soon as we have news I will pass it onto the stewards who will
pass it onto you. In the meantime, stay safe and may God bless
you all. Kate.
Blessing – May the Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ the Son of
God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with us now and
evermore, Amen.

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Sunday 17th Message / Thought

Sorry no preachers message but a song to listen to instead

Song – Faithful One.

Faithful one, so unchanging
Ageless one, you’re my rock of peace
Lord of all I depend on you
I call out to you, again and again
I call out to you, again and again

You are my rock in times of trouble
You lift me up when I fall down
All through the storm
Your love is, the anchor
My hope is in You alone.

Songwriters: Brian Doerksen

Faithful One lyrics © Music Services, Inc

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Peter Walks on the water Message 10th May

Sunday 10th May 2020

The disciples had had a long tiring day and Jesus sent them out in the boat to go over to another town. It was a dark stormy night and the wind was tossing the waves around. In the middle of the night, they thought they were seeing a ghost when Jesus came to them walking on the sea! Jesus saw they were scared and told them not to be afraid. When they were the most afraid, he told them to cheer up, he was with them! God has to take the storm out of us before He can take us out of the storms of life.

Reading Mathew 14 V 27 -33 https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew%2014:22-33&version=NIV

When we find ourselves as Peter did, battling the storm, we may become focused has he did. Peter was focused on what was going on around him, the high waves and wind, the safety of the crew and ship. With the current situation with lock down, the weekly shopping trip and the daily exercise, the inability for many to leave their homes, it is easy to find ourselves focused on what is happening. Those of us that are working spend a lot of the time focused on safety, hand washing, disinfecting, keeping our distances, reducing contact.

We start to not notice what is in front of us Peter didn’t. He didn’t see Jesus initially and it was only when he saw beyond the storm, that he paused for a moment and it was then that his eyes where opened.

Peter must have wondered if it really was Jesus or whether it was just his imagination. He asked Jesus to tell him to come out on the water with him if this was really happening. Jesus didn’t say, “I’m sorry, Peter, but water-walking is for Messiahs only.” No, he said one simple word: Come. God calls us to do impossible things by faith. It must have taken a lot of faith by Peter to take that first step out of the boat in the middle of the wind and waves. When he did, Peter walked on water! The Bible says,

And when Peter was come down out of the ship, he walked on the water, to go to Jesus. But when he saw the wind boisterous, he was afraid; and beginning to sink, he cried, saying, Lord, save me. – Matthew 14:29,30

Peter was doing well until he took his eyes off Jesus. As long as he had faith, he was able to do impossible things, keeping his eyes on Jesus, he was able to walk on water. When he looked around at the world, he started believing that the storm was going to defeat him. He lost faith. He took his eyes off Jesus, and he began to sink. If we forget that Jesus is right there to help us, we can let the storms of life cause us to sink. If we keep our eyes on Jesus, we can do mighty things for God by faith.

Then Peter uttered what is probably the shortest prayer in the Bible: Lord, save me. Everyone needs to say that prayer. We ALL need Jesus to save us. He is our only hope. Jesus told Peter he should not have doubted. When they got back in the ship, everyone on board came and worshipped Jesus, saying, Of a truth thou art the Son of God. Whenever we do something with God’s help we need to remember to give Him the glory for it.

For each of us we need pause and look beyond our fears and focus on Jesus and hear Him say, as he did to Peter, come. From that point he didn’t think about the water or failure he was responding to his Lords request.

We need to stay safe during these times, but we can still be called in many ways to come.

Come now is the time Worship  Brian Doerksen  © 1998, Vineyard Songs (UK/EIRE) (PRS) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmnE8JvRqy8

Pray: – That we might have our eyes opened during this time and that we may see the love of Christ and worship wherever we may be.

That our eyes may be opened to new possibilities and ways to share our faith and support.

Lord we pray that you will keep us safe during this time and be with those who are struggling. We pray those for who are in hospital or ill at home, as well as for all those who are supporting them. We think of the families of those who have lost love ones to this terrible virus, and we pray your loving arms are around them and those supporting them.

Amen

Rasie a Hallelujah  Jonathan David & Melisa Helser  Bethel Music

 :- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJFhHf-NjRg

Some parts Adapted from “Keep Your Eyes On Jesus” as told by Rev. Lewis Shaffer, Son Shine Ministries International Inc

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