of the Indian Bottom Association:
I have a great love for this association and I would like to see it prosper greatly. It seems as though we have been out of season. I suppose we need to talk to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, in a mighty way and fail not to preach repentance and love. We fight this battle with love and we will win this battle with the love of God. It was the love of God that He gave his son for a sacrifice that we could have the right back to the tree of life. So let us love each other and let us pray for each other. Let Jesus lead us along the way. I am proud to have brothers and sisters like you are. This is a great army of God. Let us walk softly and close to God.
I don’t have any of the answers but I know one that has all of the answers, that is Jesus Christ, our Lord; let us go to Him. When Zion travails, it brings forth sons and daughters. We can make a difference. We are here to win souls to Jesus, how do we do that: by the light that is in us. You cannot make your light shine, live the life and it will shine if we have been born again. If we have salvation, we need to put our light on a candle-stick so it can give a light to the whole house. So let us get on fire for the Lord. How do we do that; show the love that God has given us to all people, love all, both saints and sinners.
Sinners are what we all were at one time, but by the grace of God, we were saved, put into this family of God. How I love these wonderful people. I’ve been in this family for twenty-six years and it gets better all the time. I’m getting closer home, sometimes it seems like Heaven is at hand, what a joyful day that will be. God is always with us. Let us live a life that will be pleasing to God.
Walk with us Lord, as you have walked with our fathers and mothers. Help us to stand on the solid foundation that was laid out in the beginning of time. Jesus came and fulfilled the law and grace took over; what a great day that was.
May God bless the Indian Bottom Association; I love you all.
Elder Ellis Adams
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