Let God Arise and let His enemies be scattered...Psalm 68:1
Let God Arise Ministries Inc.
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Let God Arise and let His enemies be scattered...

LGAM May-June 2019 Newsletter

   

    

From the Desk of Brother Tom

 

Let God Arise Ministries Inc.

 “Ministering God’s Love in the County & City Jails”

E-mail: LGAM3@knology.net Website: www. letgodarise.org                                                                

Thomas M Bridges, Chaplain 

 “Let God Arise and let His enemies be scattered”......Psalm 68:1

 


Make a joyful noise unto the LORD, all ye lands. Serve the LORD with gladness: come before his presence with singing. Know ye that the LORD he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture. Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name. For the LORD is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations. Psalm 100 KJV "Celebrating 26+ years of service to Jesus Christ since September 1992".v


God is moving in the Montgomery County and city jails. Inmates are opening up and sharing their hearts and expressing their love for Jesus Christ. Inmates receive bibles when they come to chapel. What a blessing to see them carry two or three bibles with them back to their respective cell blocks. One inmate tells of the bible studies he is having and how the curious inmates draw close to hear what is being shared. Another inmate says, “Brother Tom & Brother Jim before we go to bed at night we receive a knock on the adjoining cell block window and we all end our day with group prayer and all three cell blocks participate at the same time with inmates holding hands and praying together. Cell blocks hold up to 50 inmates and there are three cellblocks side by side in which the inmates can see each other. Those who want to participate in prayer do so.

 

During chapel service God is plowing up harden ground and planting good seed for a bountiful harvest. The message the Holy Spirit teaches us is to keep our focus on the truth (Jesus) and when we face trials in our life instead of questioning God with,” why is this happening to me”. God encourages us to turn the negative into a positive and ask,” Lord what are you teaching me through this trial and how can others benefit from it”. As believers we hold the answer to all of life’s challenges in our hearts where Jesus Christ resides. The inmates are learning to walk as overcomers and not to be a victim to their circumstances. One question the Lord continues to raise in chapel with those attending is when you were on the streets or as some call the free world were you praying, going to church, reading your bible? The response is No. Look where you are in chapel hearing God’s word and experiencing His Presence and given the opportunity to change eternal directions by asking Jesus Christ to come into your hearts and to be saved forever. Another inmate after living his life in the fast lane doing what he wanted to do with whoever and never listening to anyone else finally came in to chapel and said,” Brother Tom I am tired of this senseless life and I want to change directions”. Great I said,” the Lord led you to the right place”. Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today and forever more!!!  In Christ's Agape Love, Tom & Beth   

Chapel Stats for 2019: Daily Breads 1000 Prayer Cards/Needs 400+  Attendance 650+ Bibles 600+  Total Salvations to date 25,800+   



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