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Elim Headquarters Members Give Thanks to God in the Weekly Tuesday Prayer Meeting

On Sep 20, 2017 02:40 PM EDT
Elim HQ Members Give Thanks to God in the Weekly Tuesday Prayer Meeting
Elim HQ Members Give Thanks to God in the Weekly Tuesday Prayer Meeting
Elim HQ Members Give Thanks to God in the Weekly Tuesday Prayer Meeting
Elim HQ Members Give Thanks to God in the Weekly Tuesday Prayer Meeting
Elim HQ Members Give Thanks to God in the Weekly Tuesday Prayer Meeting
Elim HQ Members Give Thanks to God in the Weekly Tuesday Prayer Meeting

In the weekly Tuesday prayer meeting on the night of Sep 19, Elim headquarters staff member Monica shared the message of Ephesians 5:18-21 to call on everyone to count the blessings and grace they received from God and then give thanks to Him.

She shared that "God is good to us always and He is worthy of our thanks and praises. When we count His blessings and grace, we will remember His great works in our lives so that we can be strengthened in our lows."

After a 40-minute prayer of thanksgiving and praise, members also prayed together for Pastor Rosa who is about to give birth to a baby. Pastor Rosa's family received great comfort from the Lord through the vision that pastor Zechariah saw.

Elim HQ members experienced the presence of God and they closed the prayer meeting with grateful hearts.

 

 

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