After a few false starts – when I had things planned but they didn’t eventuate, leaving me not a little confused – I am off next week (March 15 – 19) to Tauranga (NZ) where I will be doing a talk to a large Prayer for Israel group, at Bethlehem College and to a home group of the Jesus First Church in Tauranga. It feels really good to be ‘hitting the road’ again, as the passion I have in my heart to share about God’s love for His chosen people, has not diminished. Nor has the urgency of the message diminished.
So I would appreciate prayers of support as I go, driving three hours plus to get there. Also for great wisdom about which things to share with which groups. The subject of anti-Semitism, of the state of Europe today, of Scottish missionary Jane Haining’s amazing example of one who dared to stand against it all, is huge! Usually they only give me one hour to speak so I have to be wise in using that time!
Blessings and shalom to all who read this – as we approach the season of Purim celebrating the story of Esther in the Bible, we remember the words of Mordechai: “Who knows whether you didn’t come into your royal position precisely for such a time as this.” There is no such thing as a coincidence!