Thursday, January 1, 2015

Revival In Pictures - Kilgore, Texas

Revival In Pictures

Revival has been way to short here at Old Paths Tabernacle in Kilgore, Texas. We have enjoyed it very much.

Pastor Snow and his family came to this existing church a little over 10 years ago and God has blessed them with souls, the purchase of a new facility and a great hunger to reach more folks for Christ. We have been blessed and honored to be here with them these few nights. I know that God is going to continue to bless and help them reach the people of Kilgore, Texas.

Each night we have had wonderful altar services with people seeking God for help in various areas of their lives. Hungry people desperate for a move of God will propel a church forward into real growth every time. The people will grow. The church will grow. The kingdom of God will grow.

It is great to end 2014 and great begin 2015 in a church that sincerely desires personal and corporate revival. I am disappointed in the direction of our nation. I am disappointed in the direction of the church world. But I am thrilled by the sheer number of churches we get to be in every year where people are earnestly searching for a deeper walk with God.

A genuine appetite for God will always be rewarded! Psalm 107:9 For he satisfieth the longing soul, and filleth the hungry soul with goodness.

Hallelujah! Amen!

I will allow the pictures to tell most of the rest of the story.


Bro. Peter Metzger and his wife are in Texas visiting her family for the holidays and they all came over to be with us in revival Monday night. It was super great to see them and to see baby Elizabeth for the first time.

We also had Bro. James Martin and five of his children and one granddaughter in service with us Monday night. It was a tremendous blessing to us for them to be there. They were a great encouragement to the service and to us personally.

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