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December 4, 2005 by Isaac Hovet

Oh boy…I am humbled…I serve a great God who does not leave me to myself, but last night while speaking at th Gate I felt like he left me. (I know it isn’t true, but it is how I felt) I didn’t do a good job of sticking to my notes and butchered what I feel like God gave me to share. Usually I am able to recover, but last night I couldn’t. So, I stopped and prayed (in my head). I felt like God said to quit the message to provide a ‘quiet space’ for him to speak. So, that is what we did…It is humbling to be stopped by God.

I realize how humble and patient I have to be to be used by God.

It is not easy to be humble or patient.

This morning I am leading the Evergreen Body in communion. So, I already have a chance to speak on behalf of God again. I pray that he doesn’t leave me this time.

Jesus, I thank yo for your grace and mercy. I am your servant.


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