What A Sunday!

In a few days, most likely, Barry Bonds will break Hank Aaron's record for most home runs in a MLB career. Where you will be and what will you be doing when that happens? Each of us can remember details about what we were doing when tragedies or personal life changing events took place in our lives. I can tell you exactly where I was when Elvis died, Challenger blew up and 911. I can also tell you when and where I accepted Jesus as my Savior, was baptized in the Holy Spirit, called into the ministry, and when God moved in such a phenomenal way that no one left church until 1:10 p.m. That's right 1:10 p.m.

The only thing that I can think of that compares to yesterday's service is in the Old Testament. On a few occasions, the glory of the Lord filled the temple so mightily that even the priests could not remain standing in His presence. Yesterday that glory just filled this place. People were repenting, weeping with joy, praising God, and worshipping Him like I have never seen before. The love of God was known and His people loved Him in return. We walked away different people yesterday. 7/29/07 may be a day you want to mark in your journals.

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