Dear Tucapau family,
In the events leading up to Jesus’ Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem, our Lord is in Bethany where He raises his friend Lazarus from the dead. Lazarus had been dead for four days. But nothing is impossible with God.
A dear friend of mine, Doug Whitley, portrays Uncle Bud Robinson. Reuben “Uncle Bud” Robinson (1860-1942) was born in a log cabin in the primitive mountain region of Tennessee. When he was 16, his father died, and his mother sold what little they had and moved to Texas. After an unsuccessful endeavor as a sharecropper, Bud hired out as a ranch hand. In August of 1880, during a camp meeting, he felt deep conviction for his sin and received Christ as his Savior and was gloriously saved. That same night, while lying under the wagon with his hat on a mesquite stump for a pillow, the Lord called him to preach.
During his long ministry, it is estimated that Uncle Bud traveled over 2,000,000 miles, preached over 33,000 sermons, witnessed more than 100,000 conversions, personally gave more than $85,000.00 in helping young people with their Christian education, secured over 53,000 subscriptions to his church paper, The Herald of Holiness, and wrote 14 books and sold more than 500,000 copies.
As Doug Whitley recounts his sermon regarding the raising of Lazarus from the dead, a tremendous blessing will be received by all who watch.
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I pray that you will be blessed.