Greetings to you all in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ
“For He chose us in Him before the creation of the world to be holy and blameless
in His sight” (Eph : 1: 4).
The month of January 2020 has slipped into history. Days are passing very fast.
Let us thank God for all the blessings that we received throughout this month.
“He chose us ….. of the world “ Before the earth was created, God knew each
of us and He knows our future. When we think about the marvel of creation how God spoke
the universe into existence and formed the earth and everything in it. But in spite of all this truth many people turn his/her back on God. Often they do because they are characterized by guilt and dissatisfaction. But God of grace offered forgiveness and fruitfulness through Jesus Christ. So think ourselves ‘Have you made any poor choices that have caused you to slip away? ’ . Come back repent and seek restored fellowship with the Lord. Let us meditate upon
the following lines.
At the cross I bow my knee
Where your blood was shed for me
There is no greater love than this
You have overcome the sin
Your glory fills the highest place
What can separate me from you?
Dietriech Bonhoeffer says” the Church is nothing but a section of humanity in which Christ has really taken form”. The 125th Maramon convention will begin from 9th to 16th February, 2020. Maramon convention has a significant contribution to the life and growth of our Church. This convention really helped to develop the personal and social dimension of the members of the Church. Both evangelism and economic development went on together with the grace of God. This convention has touched many in the past and in the present. Let us pray for all the speakers, Bishops, Clergymen, Evangelists and those who are associated with it. Pray for everyone who attends the meeting.
God has placed us here as a faith community. As a faith community we all are marching towards faith and deeds of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Our worship and services are
not an end in itself but the beginning to serve
God by serving all the creatures. St. Francis of Assisi once said “It is in giving that we receive; it is in pardoning that we are pardoned and it is in dying that we are born again to eternal life”. With this note, I wish you all the heavenly blessings from God. Yours in Christ
May God bless you all