thank you for the blessing of Psa 23 Dear Uncle Bill..........I listen to this sermon and your Psalm 23 series over and over again and receive great comfort especially this sermon.........I have manic-depression and have suffered so much....but more so from discrimmination from family and church and feel Eze 34 explains clearly......it is so hard....but God is so good to me and altogether precious and I love him so much for keeping me .......
I saw your sister Anne ...and she told me about Jonathan's wedding ..I was so pleased for him and pass on my BEST WISHES........love in our wonderful Saviour Hazel xx ps love to Aunty Alma
from Liverpool U.K
Great Sermon! Dear Uncle Bill and Aunty Alma
Your sermon has been a great blessing to me now that i have found you on the internet and relish listening to more.
I always feel the need to seek you out
when my Mum died and now my Dad.He has stomach cancer and you may now about it and last November was given 12-18 mths to live. He also has an ICD unit for his irregular heart beat and last week gave him some nasty shocks and thought he was dying ...turned out to be fault on the ¬£25,000 machinery.
But worries me as I sob is that he says that he is not worried of dying... but of facing God.How can this be????? Is not heaven his home and he longs to be with HIS SAVIOUR is it his senility..it is so hard to get through to him ...to reassure him of the promises of God....is the Devil robbing him of his peace in his final and hardest battle
Please pray for him and if you could send him a note of reassurance in his final days...he will I hope and pray listen to you
Rev. William Hughes was born and raised in Liverpool, England, where he was converted and where he also pastored his first church. He has been in the ministry for nearly fifty years, ministering in England, Scotland, and, for the last eleven years, in Florida. He now resides in...