Philippines Mission Letter: February 2022

Philippines Mission Letter: February 2022

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 Dear Brethren, 

We implore the Lord in a humble prayer to watch over you, provide your needs, and bless you in all that you do for His kingdom. 

We exalt and glorify our Almighty God in heaven for continuously blessing our work in His vineyard, especially in sharing the saving power of the death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ with the lost. We appreciate and acknowledge all that our brethren are doing so that their loved ones and other people will hear and learn the plan of God for their eternal salvation. Now that we can freely visit each other again, those that we are visiting for encouragement and follow-up lessons are also calling their relatives and friends who are available and willing to give time to pray and study the Scriptures with us. We are just so happy and thankful to these new friends and prospects for most of them have chosen to come to the church building on our scheduled time to get to know more about Jesus and what He did for the sake of humanity. We are also very thankful to the Lord for blessing our Sunday school with more children. It is so exciting and encouraging to see that our Sunday school children are also bringing their siblings and friends to join them pray to the Lord, sing children’s songs, and learn wonderful lessons from the stories of the Bible. 

We give the Lord all the glory and honor for the free gift of salvation given to six precious souls in February 2022. Our new sisters and a brother in God’s wonderful family are the following: Ester Bauzon, Bregida Liquiran, Rosita De Guzman, Rolene Gemil Ibasan, Melody Loresco, and Angelita Tandoc. We met sisters Ester, Bregida, Rosita, and Angelita last year in October when our town was flooded. They were among those flood victims that had seen the goodness of God in receiving food assistance through the Lord’s church. We were not able to meet them for a period of time because we went through another round of COVID-19 in the past months. But thanks to the Lord for we were given the opportunity to meet and study with them again, and they decided to put on Christ in baptism for the remission of their sins. On the other hand, Rolene Gemil and Melody just got married today. They were referred to 

us for premarital counseling. After their counseling, we discussed with them that in order for their relationship to be blessed by God, they needed first to have a right relationship with Him. When they understood that sin separated them from God, and that the only way to get back to Him is through Jesus, they gladly decided to be baptized into Christ for the forgiveness of their sins. Let us remember these new Christians in our prayers. 

We appreciate you all so much for your continued love, prayers, care, and support for the work of the Lord here in the Philippines. 

Thank you very, very much for all that you have already done and will continue to do for God’s glory and for the expansion of the borders of His kingdom. 

Lord willing, we will begin our church building extension project next week. 

Roberto Indong
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