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From the Pastor's Desk

We need a resurgence. "Resurgence" means "the act or fact of rising again or returning; revival." We need to see a resurgence of the goodness of God in 2022. The Bible says, "I would have despaired had I not seen the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living" (Ps. 27:13). With events of the last couple of years, a spirit of despair has eclipsed the goodness of God.

God would give us an invitation to embrace a different kind of spirit. "Open your mouth wide, and I will fill it" (Ps. 81:10). This is an invitation not only for those whom God uses to speak publicly, but for all those who desire more of Him. We do not have to live in dread. Instead, we are told, "Surely goodness and mercy will follow me all the days of my life" (Ps. 23:6). The Hebrew word there for "follow" means "to pursue, chase, or hunt down." In other words, you won't have to go looking for it, it will come looking for you. That is the way God wants us to live.

We are promised, "He satisfies our mouths with good things..." (Ps. 103:5). Come what may, we are better prepared than ever. God uses the tough times to strengthen and solidify us in the faith. He wants us to believe Him for outpouring. It may happen in the least likely places through the most ordinary people. Ps. 133:1 declares that when we keep ourselves in unity, the oil will be poured out and flow down. So, let's be expectant in 2022. "Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good" (Ps. 34:8).

-Pastors Mark and Jennifer

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