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Posted By: Lois
Thursday, September 3, 2015

Actually, I am really hoping that this message somehow gets to John MacArthur, but I will be happy to just share the fullness in my heart with anyone connected to this ministry. I had frequented Grace Community Church when I was attending USC back in the early 80s. Since then I have been participating in a couple of churches in the Bay Area consistently and involved with music ministry, have gotten married and have two nearly adult children. On a trip to move my daughter into her college for her Freshman year about 10 days ago, I was deciding what reading material to bring on the long plane trip from Northern California to Atlanta, Georgia. I chose John's book, "The Gospel According to Jesus." I had read it a long time ago and saw my notes in the margins of the book as I read. I read 1/2 of the book on the flight out and 1/2 the book on the flight home, underlining something on nearly every page. While I was in Atlanta, I went to Charles Stanley's church where he spoke on obedience. I had to wonder if the Lord was talking to me because my heart was so moved with the mixture of John's book and Charles' sermon. I decided to listen to John's most recent podcasts, including "We Will Not Bow" and then started to listen to his sermons on Revelation because I will be in the BSF study of Revelation this fall. I now continuously listen to John's podcasts, like I can't get enough of these sermons. Listening to John makes me feel like I'm at home again. I listen in the car, while I'm doing laundry, while I cook, while I'm cleaning the house, while I'm waiting for my son to get out of school for the day, and before I go to sleep. I have 30 years of sermons to catch up on and I feel like I need an IV of these podcasts on a continual drip. The Word is sharp, convicting, piercing the heart, yet encouraging and so welcome. If John thinks he is the waiter and God is the chef, then John is the best waiter for he doesn't mess up the meal of God's Word, but delivers it fresh, hot, steaming, and filling. Yes, God is the chef, and I'm so grateful for His Word and His work in my life. It is with a keen awareness that I share this with you - I feel washed in the Word and in God's love and God's presence, and I am so grateful for your ministry to help this happen. In the last 10 days, God has changed so much inside of me and I see life clearer. I just want to encourage you, John, and everyone in this ministry - You do not toil in vain. May God bless you abundantly for your labor of love all these years. Don't stop!!! Praise God from Whom all blessings flow. I am indeed surrounded by His blessings and feel His presence and strive to live in obedience to my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Again, thank you from my heart to yours! In Christ....

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