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  1. Mike Ehrmantrout says:

    Hello brothers and sisters. I would like to ask you to pray for God’s guidance in my life. A ministry opportunity has presented in my life. I will be interviewing for the position on Tuesday, May 19. I want to serve God in whatever capacity He has for me. Conversely, I do NOT wish to serve anywhere the Lord is not calling me. It’s hard to know sometimes between your own desires and His will. So please just pray He’ll make it very clear to me what path I should take and/or what path I should NOT take. Thanks in advance, friends!

  2. Em says:

    Mike, praying for a wide open door or a closed one as God guides
    Dealing with some conundrums, myself – i empathize

  3. Jean says:

    In the Christian religion, hope is not a wish. A wish is not what Christians hope.

    “Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.”

    So, hope is the consummation of God’s future promises, which through faith, Christians have present assurance.

    On the other hand, a Christian places no faith in a wish. He may have a wish, but if he is wise, he plans as if that wish is a mere fantasy. Let the reader understand.

  4. Mike Ehrmantrout says:

    Thank you Em, and I shall return the favor!
    Thanks, Jean, I hear you.

  5. JoelG says:

    Mike, that’s exciting news. Any ministry would be blessed to have you. Prayers for you and Em going up this weekend.

    Good words, Jean.

  6. Mike Ehrmantrout says:

    Thanks Joel. Hope you are well , my brother.

  7. JoelG says:

    Thank you bro. I’m doing good. I’m taking an FB break with it being an election year and trying to save myself some irritation. But I miss seeing what’s going on with you and everyone else.

    Keep us updated on your opportunity.

  8. Linnea says:

    Praying for God’s clear guidance, Mike…

  9. Mike E. says:

    Thanks Linnea! 😎

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