Philippines Mission Letter: August 2020

Philippines Mission Letter: August 2020

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September 4, 2020 

Dear Brethren 

May the Lord continue to provide your needs, keep you safe, and healthy. 

We thank the Lord always for His continued guidance and blessings and for the opportunity He has given us to continue planting and watering the seed of salvation into the hearts of the people referred to us by our brothers and sisters for Bible studies. Most of those that we are teaching were raised in Catholicism and there are just few who came from other denominational groups. We are so glad and thankful that these prospects are willing to spend time with us in looking to the Scriptures the Lord’s will in their lives for their eternity although they are struggling with a lot of things in this present life. As we seek souls to teach the power of God to salvation, we also set a schedule to encourage and strengthen the faith of our new brethren in the Lord’s family. We hope and pray that our work will continue to be blessed for the Lord’s glory in spite of the threats of the COVID-19 in our society. 

Let us give God all the glory, praise, and honor for the salvation of 9 precious souls last month. Our new brother and sisters in God’s family are Mary Ann Dela Cruz, Jamielle Alexa Flores, Princess Madel Magnaye, Angel Alvarez, Ej Rose Barolo, Glenda Palo, Mara Villanueva, Maricel Romero, and Roque Flores. Mary Ann and Jamielle Alexa were formerly members of the Latter-day Saints and the rest were Catholics. Mary Ann, Jamielle Alexa, Princess Madel, Glenda, and Mara are friends of a brother in Christ, and they all live close to each other. Since they have much interest in religious matters, the brother in Christ invited them one time to worship with us. When we asked if we could set a time to study together, they consented to our suggestion. After several times of searching together the Scriptures, they decided to be buried with Christ in baptism for the forgiveness of their sins. On the other hand, 

Angel, Maricel, and Roque have been seeing what the Lord is doing through His body, the church. And, with the godly influence and encouragement of their Christian neighbors, they also allowed us to help them learn the promises of God to those who obey and become faithful to Him. As they understood that they needed to contact the blood of Christ to get back to God, they obeyed the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ in baptism. Let us remember these new Christians in our prayers. 

We continue to express our gratitude and appreciation for all your work and labor of love. 

Your kindness, concern, prayers, and support continue to inspire us in doing the work of the Lord. 

Thank you very much for all you do for the glory of God and for the furtherance of the Lord’s kingdom. 

Roberto Indong
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