Con­cern for the home­less

The Herald (Rock Hill) - - Opinion -

As I re­flect on the bless­ing that was 2018, even sadly with cer­tain tragedies, most of us have much to be thank­ful for! I must re­turn to the sub­ject of a let­ter from years past. I per­son­ally have a con­cern for home­less peo­ple. Christ Je­sus liv­ing in my heart is the rea­son why.

I ask Chris­tians and Pas­tors who may be read­ing this to­day, to con­sider reach­ing out to other churches in our com­mu­nity, to unite, pool your money, and build a home­less shel­ter for the peo­ple in need here lo­cally.

I see a man walk­ing down Cherry Road ev­ery day and know that he must not have a home, I just sense that. I proph­esy that the com­ing year of 2019 will be one of anoint­ing for the church of Je­sus Christ on the Earth. Re­vival will come in Holy Ghost power. Some­thing called, the great awak­en­ing, for the sal­va­tion of many souls.

As the time of Christ’s com­ing draws near, we need to be read­ing his word and be in prayer. I thank God for the men­tal and mu­si­cal gifts he has be­stowed upon me. If the Her­ald will al­low me, I in­vite you to tune in to Ca­ble chan­nel 3 at 1 p.m. Jan. 6 to hear me play my fa­vorite Christ­mas song, “Oh Holy Night,” on the pro­gram of my dear Pas­tor, Roland Dry. I am glad to tell ev­ery­one of my faith in Christ. He is my rea­son for liv­ing. Chris­tians, come alive in Holy Spirit power in 2019. Praise him, Amen

– Marty Ray Boone, Fort Mill

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