Safe in God’s protection
Today’s Miracle Day was brought by God’s servants in the Marketplace from various industries and professions, including: Ana Setiawaty (Works as Insurance Company), Jennie Oktavia Slaw (Work in F & B Industry), Fanny (Work in F & B Industry) , Franky Cakra (Work in Natural Gas Industry), Yusuf Farid (Works in Automative Industry).
We are under God’s protection
Ana Setiawaty delivered God’s Word from Psalm 91:1-7. We see the conditions that exist in our country and even in other nations, when this pandemic has not yet ended, there are so many people who are struggling with illness or who are affected by it. Even though there are many people who are afraid and worried about tomorrow, and looking for a safe place, but there is no safe place except in God, there is no place that will make us escape from this pandemic if we are not in God.
God is our refuge. God loves us so much, don’t be afraid, worried or discouraged, because when we do it we can’t see the goodness of God that has actually been poured out for us. He who cares for us from the time of our womb is spared from all the dangers that threaten our lives.
God takes care of us day by day. Jesus has come to redeem all our sins that we should not have to go to hellfire as the consequence of our sins and llead us to His beautiful plan.
Trust in Jesus, He is with us, He is there to give protection, help in time. Let’s come to God. This is the time God is waiting for us, come and believe. So our lives are filled with peace from God, with strength from God, with protection from God. Accept Jesus as the personal Savior who leads our lives forever.
Jennie Oktavia Slaw said that our refuge is only in God. The Word of God from John 3:16 which says: For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that everyone who believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life. It is said to believe in God and open your heart to accept the Lord Jesus as your Lord and Savior then continue to pray to offer your life for God.
God works in all things
Fanny continued the Word of God from Luke 18:35-42 regarding: Jesus healed a blind man. Where there is a blind sick man, sitting begging for mercy from everyone who passes by. At that time the Lord Jesus was in Jericho, many people followed Him, and the news of Jesus’ coming reached this blind man. He cried out to the Lord Jesus with a loud voice, Jesus Son of David have mercy on me.
Although the crowd rebuked him, but he shouted louder. This blind man knew that this was the time, when he came to the Lord Jesus, that he would be healed. He believed that Jesus could heal him.
Then Jesus stopped and asked the blind man, God knows what this blind man wants, then this blind man said: Lord, so that I can see and at that very moment he can see.
Like this blind man, come to Jesus, cry out to the Lord Jesus. Say what is your burden, what is your pain, what is your struggle. Don’t be afraid, God is always there.
When we come with all our hearts, it is our Faith that will heal us, our Faith that will save us, our Faith that will deliver us from our struggles. There is no heavy burden, God longs to help us. Answering every struggle, problem we face.
Nothing is impossible for the Lord Jesus
2000 years ago when Jesus healed people for this, healed all diseases, then at this time the Lord Jesus has not changed, He is able to heal us. As long as we believe, put all our hope in God. Then God will work.
Franky Cakra said that the Lord Jesus was able to heal sickness and even Jesus was able to help in dealing with every problem we face. God’s Word from Isaiah 53:5 “But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities; the reward that brought us salvation was upon him, and by his stripes we are healed.” During this live broadcast, we received several prayer requests to our Contact Center and many came to the Lord Jesus and experienced healing.
Before the service ended, Yusuf Farid inviting the congregation to pray together, the nation’s economy and Indonesia’s natural products, medical personnel, the nation’s professional staff, the prayer was led by Jennie Oktavia Siaw and Franky Cakra
The service was closed by inviting all colleagues to be a blessing to the Office Fellowship wherever they were and obeying government regulations in an effort to break the chain of this pandemic, as well as a closing prayer. All Praise and Glory only to Jesus Christ who has visited many lives of each of us. Amen.