L. A. Marzulli
The big news is two people came to salvation and gave their lives to the Lord. One on Thursday and the other last night. I’m hoping for a one more before the end of the day today.
The conference has been very well attended and I’ve met some wonderful folks here in Ah-hi-a. I want to thank Pastor Tom for allowing us the use of his facility and being the first church in his area to get an understanding of Genesis 6. He’s a bold, adventurous, out-of-the-box pastor! Thanks Tom.
Deborah and Buck Collins had us over for dinner last night right after I was finished speaking. They live on a beautiful hilltop at the end of a dirt road. The dinner was just amazing and all the speakers plus Sam and Alice Miller attended. Buck had smoked salmon and chicken and the meal was sumptuous. Deborah created the best Tomato bisque soup I have ever eaten. It’s practically it’s own food group! I saw how to build a smoke house and I think it’s on my wish list of building projects over the winter.
Today we head to the Circle Mound for a three-hour tour with author Fritz Zimmerman. Fritz and I spent all day Friday exploring mounds in the Ohio Valley. We were like two kids in the woods and all we needed was a couple of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and the day would have been right out of my boyhood, in the woods of Pennsylvania. Fritz and I hit it off and the conversation continued throughout the day without a comma!
Russ, Richard, and yours truly each spoke an hour on Friday night. Richard and Russ hit it out of the park and I did a Middle East Update. Yesterday we each spoke for three hours and brought enough information about the Nephilim to keep people busy for then next few weeks.
I told everyone about Richard, Russ, Larry, and me going to Chichen Itza. We now have many folks who are seriously committed to pray for us while we are there. This is great, as prayer changes things.
I met a woman named Dolly, who is mighty in the things of the Lord. She’s a warrior for the Lord. She also closed the gate at the serpent mound in 1987 when the new-agers held a harmonic convergence on the site. The Lord awakened her in the middle of the night and told her to get to the Serpent mound. She had no idea of what she was going to do once she got there, but the Lord instructed her and she closed the gate. Glad Dolly is on our side!
It’s great to have m y wifey on the road with me as the road is a lonely place.
We head home on Tuesday morning and then it’s off to Albuquerque on Friday for another conference. October is a very busy month.
A word about the comment section. I made it as clear as I could last week, I consider this BLOG to be a church, and I am its pastor. When folks come in here with a different point of view they need to be respectful. I would point out again I will not tolerate or allow anti-semitic comments or ones which hold a viewpoint against the state of Israel. I would also admonish everyone from staying off the Rapture as a topic as all it does is lead to arguments and division.
We need to pray for each other in these troublesome and unstable times in which we live. The Trolls who come here distract and try to suck us in to endless discussions, which, in the end lead nowhere. Let’s try to say on point and understand the time may be short. In the end what separates us and makes us different then the world is the love we show toward each other.
Blessings. L. A.