For 2 weeks now, Charles has been sick with pneumonia, so he has been at home in bed, recovering. We have services 6 days a week in our churches, so Jenny and I have gone for 2 weeks now to the churches preaching. I have preached, sang, drove the car to pick up people and take them home. Jenny did some teaching in a couple services to help me out. No one in our churches knows how to drive, no one knows how to play an instrument. So I have done whatever it takes that we might continue the services. I am absolutely exhausted. Physically and mentally. But I promised the Lord that I would always give everything I’ve got to be the best possible missionary I could be, to win souls at whatever cost. Whatever necessary.
Today, at Talin after 2 weeks of Charles not being well enough to help out, we had service, and as I sang the congregational songs and Sis Gloria helped out, we desperately needed some music in the building. Now, I can worship Jesus without music anywhere, but there are moments when music is just so beautiful and moving. So, I went over to the drums and I picked up the sticks, while still standing, and I started beating on the snare and highhat. I am a pianist, so I can keep rhythm. But to me, it wasn’t the most beautiful sound, as Charles is an amazing drummer. But, the people began to dance and worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness and as I sang, praising the Lord, standing up making music on those drums, I began to weep. And I said, “Lord Jesus, see. I have kept my promise. I love you so much that I will do whatever necessary to reach these people, even when it feels out of my comfort zone. For I know that that is where something marvelous takes place”. And it did! We had a tremendous move of God today!!!!
So, I’m not scared! lol I am willing anytime, anywhere and I will do WHATEVER IT TAKES , at whatever moment, to Reach Ecuador, for Jesus Christ, One Soul At A Time!