rightway 300KENTUCKY (7/20/13) – I attended, and was blessed to be able to, officiate at a brother in Christ's life celebration.
 
Funerals remind us all too often how fragile and precious that life is. We should live our lives as if today is our last day on earth. We, as a country, take too many liberties and assume that we'll always have tomorrow to get done what we have failed to complete today. Slothful is the word that comes to mind.
 
We act invincible as if we have superhuman powers to overcome all obstacles. Little do we realize, (at times) that without God, we're only human. We consistently fall prey to the wiles of our enemy. God created us to not be complete until we have an active covenantal relationship with him. We will never be fulfilled without accepting Jesus as our Lord and Savior and acknowledging the power of Holy Spirit into our lives.
 
What is our value to God? Technology allows us to measure things with meters. Is your love meter full, on empty, or does it need to be tuned up? A full love meter will keep the enemy at bay.
 
Our mission statement (at Rightway Ministry Bible Study) reminds us daily that we are committed to changing lives one day at a time in agreement with the Holy Spirit. We are bound to educate and motivate through service to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We love and embrace all humanity with the word and by the will of God. I'll always acknowledge the death, burial and resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I believe in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. I'll never take for granted my salvation, it's a daily walk.
 
Be blessed and have an anointed week!
 
Pastor Jeff Hollowell
Rightway Ministry Bible Study
205 East Broad Street
Central City, Ky.
"GOD's way is the Rightway"
 
 
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