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Vicar Message - July 2017

Dearly Beloved in Christ,

‘Be very careful, then how you live -not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. Therefore, do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord’s will is’.                               (Eph:5:15-17)

 As Christians we are missionaries in everything we do. When God asks us to walk wisely. He has made provision for such a walk. God’s best for our lives is simply the acceptance of His perfect will and the recognition of His authority in every area of our life. The more we become God’s friend the more we will care about the things he cares about. God always evaluates our faithfulness by how we lived and what we did with what we were given. He doesn’t judge us for the talents that we don’t have or for the opportunities we didn’t get. When God called us as a believer or a disciple, He equipped us with all power and ability to participate in His mission. We have to recognize and ignite it for the wellbeing of others.
God created all of us in His image in order to reflect His beauty. our duty is to create something beautiful that points to the mercy and beauty of God. Invite our friends, neighbors co- workers-believers to church, sharing the good news and testimony, doing a random act of kindness like taking our needed neighbor ‘s trash to the curb are some merciful and beautiful acts in the sight of God. When we open our doors for others, we are opening our heart doors for others. In a world filled with strife and hate short our words and extend our patient listening hearts is the way of spreading the message of God’s love and peace.

Our V.B.S and church retreat are planning during the last week of June and July   respectively .Please encourage all our kids and youths to prayerfully participate in the V.B.S. Arrangements of church retreat are going on well. I hope that this year’s church retreats will be a time for reflecting God’s faithfulness and an occasion of experiencing the spirit of Christian fellowship and joy. “We should be more concerned with reaching the lost than pampering the saved” (David McGee).

May God bless us all.


Mathew Babyachen


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