Persistent Prayer Makes the Impossible Possible
For the past ten years I have been trying to create a dream mission to reach hard of hearing people. To help them by developing a total hearing accessible church. The vision is powerful in my heart. This dream has been met with much criticism, doubt and plenty of laughter. We don’t need it and besides it is impossible to build such a ministry in our generation. It is enough to make anyone want to give up such ridiculous ideas. Quitting has never been an option with me.
You are hard of hearing and having a pity party. Rise up and believe there is hope for you.
Don’t be afraid to fail, failure is a part of the journey, just keep going.
“Do not be afraid of their faces, for I am with you to deliver you,” says the LORD (Jeremiah 1:8).
“It’s not the critic who counts; not the person who points
out how the strong person stumbled, or where the doer of
deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to those
who are actually in the arena; whose faces are marred by
dust and sweat and blood; who strive valiantly; who err
and come short again and again; who know the great
enthusiasms, the great devotions, and spend themselves in
a worthy cause; who at the best know in the end the
triumph of high achievement; and who at worst, if they
fail, at least fail while daring greatly; so that their place
shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know
neither victory nor defeat.” (Theodore Roosevelt)
Failure is the cost of learning to do something right—it is the key to success. ( Unknown)
Come Pray With Us
Join us on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. to pray and help organize a hearing accessible church at our home at 222 Eveningside Drive, Chattanooga, TN 37404. 423-624-1669
As a team we will begin the ground work of writing a manual on what is a “Hearing Accessible Church” and how to accommodate hard of hearing in every department. JOIN US NOW
The fields are white already unto harvest.
Until the Trumpet Sounds: LET MY PEOPLE HEAR!
David M. Harrison
There are millions of Christians who are doing absolutely
nothing to get more of God. Then there are those who
are studying and praying and forging forward through
many spiritual struggles to get the power of God for
themselves, for their church, for the sick and the oppressed,
and for the glory of God and Christ. Though they may not
yet have succeeded in obtaining the full power of the Holy
Spirit, which of the two groups are the true failures?
John G. Lake
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