I am excited because yesterday morning, there were 75 cars present in the parking lot, and many people were watching online. It is a blessing to me when I see you post your pictures from the service online.
I have included some pictures that I picked up from Facebook of you watching the service from home. We had another drive-in service, and it was a wonderful time.
David Dipboye preached from Genesis 24 about being sold out for Christ. People will imitate our faith, and we need to ask ourselves if they will see a cheerful giver that is dependent on God.
I preached from Psalm 13 about having victory over discouragement. God is more concerned with building our character than He is with removing us from uncomfortable situations. The Lord is near to all those who call on Him so we can pray believing He will work. We must take our minds off ourselves and focus on who God is.
I was blessed to watch how Andrew Pearson and Jacob Elzey, and everyone else, set up so we could have our drive-in service. John Pearson brought his trailer and set it up. He then stood beside the camera in the rain for both services, all so that we could have our service live streamed.
Our deacons and ushers were in the parking lot directing traffic, handling the offering, and making sure people were taken care of. The Mize family, Stephen Cofield, and Tracy Paver all led and helped with the music. Seeing how everyone came together and helped blessed my heart in a tremendous way.
Sunday evening, we had another drive-in service. I preached from Psalm 14 about man’s total and complete wickedness. We must admit we’re sinners and need God to save us. Sin will always hurt us. We can’t live like there’s no God.