What a wonderful time of fellowship I had with a group that I had the chance to share my testimony with Sunday, September 11, 2016. And, while at Roswell, GA United Methodist Church, I had the pleasure of hearing an awesome, sobering service on the 15th year of remembrance of the 9-11 catastrophe. They opened their doors to me with open arms and embraced my message of God’s love for all of us–even in those times of unknown.
On this sobering day of reflecting I wanted to share First Office Steve Scheibner’s life objectives with you. Steve would have been the lead officer on American Flight 11 out of Boston to LAX on September 11 yet was bumped by a senior pilot. He offers this to us:
To seek, trust & glorify God through humble service & continual prayer, to raise up qualified disciples as quickly as possible so that one day I might hear God say “well done very good and faithful servant.”
I shared with the Roswell class how our Heavenly Father understands our disappointments, suffering, pain, fear, and doubt. He is always there to encourage our hearts and help us understand that He’s sufficient for all our needs when you accept that this is the absolute truth in life, your worrying will stop. No more fear is necessary.
So, keep in mind that trials are fleeting, whereas our Father’s love is forever. The ultimate victory is His.