It felt good to be under the tent singing, preaching and praying in our home town last night. I have been involved in outdoor outreach services all over the country and last night while I was preaching I was wondering what took me so long to get here! The weather was near perfect, the crowd was good and the Spirit of the Lord was near. I can't say for anybody else but I really enjoyed the first service.
We had several folks listening in their cars during the service last night. Some even stepped out of their vehicles during the preaching.With the tent being right in town there is no telling how many people heard the Gospel last night and will hear it all next week. If you can't tell, I am very thrilled with the potential of what God can do in this revival. With all the uncertainty in the world, we need to proclaim the message loud and clear that Jesus Christ the Son of God, God in the flesh is the Rock we can depend on! Please pray that many will surrender to the call of the Holy Ghost and give their lives to Christ.
The Millikins made it in yesterday afternoon after a long hard trip from Oklahoma. They are planning to be with us for the whole revival and we are excited about that. They sang and testified last night and blessed the service. I am thankful that Bro. Jimmy and Sis. Shauna are here to take part in this revival. They added so much to the Tent Revivals in Oklahoma and Kansas in June and I can see that God is going to use them in Waynesville as well. We will not be having service on Sunday morning under the tent so our Pastor, Bro. Bennie Sutherland invited Bro. Millikin to preach at Dryden Rd. Sunday morning. If you are in the area and can go to Dryden Rd. I am sure you will be blessed by their ministry.
We will be having church each night including Sunday at 7:30 by His grace. We are looking for great things from God as we seek his face for revival in our home town of Waynesville, Ohio.
We did not take many pictures last night but here are a few. We hope to put more up as the week progresses.
The Millikins arriving on Friday afternoon.