We are told to pray specifically, and I write you this week especially while thinking of Ephesians 6:17-20. Please read those verses and pray as I start another road trip to help plant more of God’s seeds.
Speaking this week at the American Legion State Convention in Natchez, MS is a great opportunity to provide our mission materials to many and help spread the Word to others I cannot reach.
Packing the van with our materials, I wrote a tract about eternal security, “How I know I’m a Soldier and How I Know I’m Saved” and printed 10,000 copies for this convention.
I am also picking up 10,000 of our new GOOD NEWS John and Romans. The rewriting of this paper has not changed the King James Scriptures, but we have changed the format and some structure of the Bible lesson. PLEASE PRAY the Holy Ghost will be using the paper for Jesus to have a great harvest of souls.
I need to arrive in Natchez, MS by the 12th to set the material out for the convention. This will be the first convention that we have been invited to. PLEASE PRAY that our mission is accepted well, for the door could open to the American Legion conventions of each state.
February 17 and 18, the North Carolina American Legion will have their Mid-Winter Convention in Raleigh, NC. Please pray I can get an invitation to that meeting. The National Commander of the American Legion will be one of the speakers. If I can meet I him and he likes what we are doing, we could be invited the National Convention where they will have Veterans from every state in America.
Please keep my health in your prayers. My lightheadedness and dizzy times have not left me. Would you please continue to pray about my weight; I would love to somehow get back to my high school weight. I truly feel I could do more for my Saviour and would be a lot healthier.
I love you all and thank you for the continued financial support and all the prayers.
P.S. I know that God is with me on every trip I take. It sure would be an encouragement to have you email back and let me know that you are praying for these requests, for my safety and health while on the road.
E-Newsletter sent on January 10, 2022 – Brother Patrick Hayes