SUNDAY APRIL 5TH Prayer Points, Sermon Summary, & Zoom Help

PRAYER POINTS
Please pray for our leaders, especially the President and Vice-President: that they make good decisions, have good counsel, and supernatural stamina
Let’s pray for the front line health care workers. Some are overworked because of the virus, almost all out of policy, and many are frightened. Many are without the supplies they need. Soon we will have many who have graduated without the full education that normally they would have had.
Let’s pray for each other. Each is undergoing their own challenges. Often we can pray in more faith for others.
Please add this seriously to your list: pray for the oversight of the Treasury. I have now had it confirmed that there has been an important change. Probably different things are intended by different people. Let’s pray that God’s will prevails. Really.

SERMON SUMMARY
Fly over the book of Zechariah : 8 visions, answer to deputation, and 4 chapters on the ultimate victory of God’s Kingdom. Amazing how there are layers of truth: true in Z’s day, true in Jesus time on earth, and true coming up.
Message for now: clearly “return to me.” God intends for our good, even in this time of trouble and shaking.
What we should do : seek God by spending at least 30 minutes a day quiet time. Scripture memory verse: Zec 4:6.
Focus on new understanding of the vision of Joshua, new garments. Joshua, the High Priest of that day and Zerubabel, the secular ruler of that day, served the Lord. So we, as 2 ennd-time companies serve both in the church and in secular vocations. We know about having filthy garments changed, and thoughts protected in a time of lots of confusion and deception.
Focus on the KIND of leadership Jesus, the ultimate Shepherd exerts in the entrance on a donkey, rather than a war horse.
Awesome that we have an important part in the grand drama of the ages. To do: look to Jesus, be kind, do our assignments. This we knew, but now endowed with Spirit and ultimate meaning.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
1. Service this Friday at 7:00p. See below for other options.
2. Not able at this time to post the sermon from Zoom. It is possible, but too much time consumption and not very good quality.
3. We are having connectivity issues. I have blazing fast speed and have never had issues until this week. It is clear at this point it is not merely one set of servers. So, let’s all be patient.
I will post the audio only of today’s service, if I can edit out the personal mentions (like who was there and who was not and why.) Let’s pray we are all back together eating well soon. Oops, not good quality and not so easy.

TUTORIAL:
If you come on Zoom, check your mic and speaker, either when you have the option in the entering process. Alternatively, if you in the meeting, notice the up arrow next to the mic symbol on the bar at the bottom of the screen.
Some of us have to select WHICH mic to use.
If you have low bandwidth, then select only audio and don’t try to do visual. If you have visual only, try typing. Notice the bar at the bottom. Notice there is a chat symbol. Select that. Then you will see a column on the right side for chat. Notice at the bottom of that column is a space to write in. Notice that you can write to everybody or to just one person.
If you have visual and are confused,can’t hear, want to agree or not, use sign language. But we should conquer Zoom soon. There are short videos, and good ones, on the Zoom site. There are more on Youtube.

2 replies on “SUNDAY APRIL 5TH Prayer Points, Sermon Summary, & Zoom Help”

  1. Pastor Sharon says:

    COMMUNION: Johnny and Elizabeth Enlow host daily communion right now. Accessible on Facebook, Zoom, or podcast on Apple podcast
    https://www.facebook.com/Restore7/posts/2824331317833690

    For Wednesday nights, see http://www.greatshalom.org and available in podcast
    OR Perry Stone offers service on Tuesday evenings 6:00 CT and Prayer meeting on Th evenings 5:30 CT. https://perrystone.org/live-oci/
    AND Mahesh and Bonnie Chavda offer Prayer Meeting Fridays 6:30 CT – 10:00pm or so https://cmi.us.endis.com/Groups/1000047680/Chavda_Ministries_International/Media/Media.aspx?redirected=1

    Q. Wait, Sharon. The Enlows and the Stones disagree on the time line. Answer. Yes, they do. But they are great Bible teachers and full of the Spirit. We will follow the Chavdas on that and say, the exact time of the rapture is something we don’t know.

  2. Pastor Sharon says:

    wow, this relates to a point you were making this morning:

    Justin Perry from MorningStar’s latest video emphasizes something I was saying : Looking at Jesus transforms us. He cites Madam Guyon, whom I have not yet read, but do note that Benny Hinn recently mentioned her.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WyukWq0bcg&pbjreload=10

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