Updated: May 25, 2020
Gracevine –Special Edition March, 2020 Monthly Devotional Keeping People Connected to the Glory
Grace family, here are some quotes that I trust will encourage you in these times in which we are now engaged. Remember, we are a family and together we have the assurance that Easter is coming and with it: new hope, new life, and new directions for all of us.
This week, whatever you may be facing, remember that in three short days, the disciples and family of Christ went from hopelessness to hopeful - from devastation to
celebration, from defeat to victory! Let the resurrection joy lift us
from loneliness and weakness and despair to strength and beauty and happiness. — FLOYD W. TOMKINS
God proved His love on the Cross. When Christ hung, and bled, and died, it was God saying to the world, ’I love you.’ — BILLY GRAHAM
Because of the cross and the tomb, you have a hope in Christ! Sheri Easter, Eyes Wide Open. Please, Lord, be with me at every moment and in every place. Give me the strength and the courage to live this season faithfully, so that, when Easter comes, I will be able to taste with joy the new life that you have prepared for me.
Henri J. M. Nouwen, Show Me the Way
Grace family, let these Corona Task Force: President Trump, Vice- President two lists be our prayer Pence, Dr. Deborah Birx, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Surgeon list for the month of General Jerome Adams, HHS Sec. Alex Azar, Ken April, interceding for Cunninelli, CDC Director Robert Redfield and Centers each one daily. for Medicaid Services Administrator Seema Verma. State governors and all mayors and city managers across the nation.
Firefighters, Paramedics, EMT’s, All Ambulance personnel, Police officers, Military Personnel and National Guard Members School cafeteria workers making take-out meals for kids, Drive through operators, Cashiers, truck drivers, shelf stockers, Essential Service Employees: Plumbers, Electricians, Power Company workers, Nurses, Doctors, PA’s, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse’s Aids, returning retired doctors and nurses, everyone conducting social services – exposed to the public. All those who don’t have the option to shelter in place, have to fight fear and need our prayers for their protection, safety, and salvation. Bless these workers as they face their mortality and that they will cry out to Jesus and if not saved, become Christians.
Please continue to keep one another in your prayers—also call Pastor Randy or Pastor Andy for any prayer needs and updates on circumstances—Let’s stay connected in Christ!!