Wayne, Julia and I went to Macon TC to hold our monthly service. We had ten men attend the service. One of the residents opened up in prayer and then we sang a few choruses. This was followed by two of the men doing a special for us while one of them played the keyboard. It was amazing!!!! I have asked them if they will do the praise and worship every month and they agreed.

Wayne ministered on “Symptoms of Laodicea.” The men were very engaged and asked questions. We read 2 Timothy 3:1-5,7 and compared it to the church today. We then read Mark 16:17-18 and Wayne pointed out that if these signs are not in our life, we definitely need to draw closer.

Then after reading Matt. 7:21-23, Wayne pointed out that 70% of Americans today call Him Lord. The people in this Scripture were having an Acts experience and STILL didn’t make it. How do we think we will?

Rev. 3: 15-17; 2 Cor. 13:5; 2 Cor. 10:12; Jeremiah 17:9
What do we do to measure ourselves? If all we have to do is “believe,” then why do we need to examine ourselves? The problem is we often examine ourselves compared to others instead of the Word.

God’s assessment of us: Romans 3:23; Romans 3:10; Isaiah 64:6; Isaiah 1:5-6

Most Christians watch 80 minutes of commercials a day and read less than 50 minutes of the Bible per week.

Ezekiel 36:24-26, 31; James 1:23-24
Is there anyone in society you feel you are better than? If there is, then you do NOT have a new heart. We need to look at ourself by looking at Christ.

We closed the service in prayer. One man came up for salvation and the others wanted a deeper walk with the Lord. We left there very excited. That was the first salvation we had seen at MTC and we were praising God for this new addition to The Kingdom!