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Yesterday I was thrilled to meet people from many different U.S. states who were visiting the Creation Museum, as well as people from India. I met a couple of pastors from that country I visited last year, and then I also met a missionary family who serves in India not far from Hyderabad—John and Jennifer Aggson brought their children to see the Creation Museum. John told me he saw videos of me when he was about 15 (which makes me feel old!), and he was greatly influenced by the messages.
I told them about the DVDs we now have of my talks in Hindi and Telugu—they are really looking forward to getting copies to distribute as part of their missionary work. You can find out more about this missionary family living in India on The Family India website.
They return to India in September.
How we praise the Lord for the people who come from all over the world to the Creation Museum. Yesterday over 1700 people visited this unique facility—the crowds keep pouring in.
Just to say VERY WELL DONE! (Re - Creation Museum) God must be be so proud of you all walking ‘as sheep’ in this 21st-century world. I’ve spent nearly the entire evening now watching the YouTube protesters and the one thing that struck me most was the venom many people have: Just as a guess I’d say Satan has got them well blinded. On the flip-side though, it was fabulous to see some newscasters jumping to your defence. Keep up the great Faith . . . and your tremendous work!!! God bless you all, and maybe hope to see you again in Cork, Ireland sometime soon.
Hated without a cause or prejudiceThanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
(John 15:25–26) But this comes to pass, that the word might be fulfilled that is written in their law, They hated me without a cause. But when the Comforter is come, whom I will send unto you from the Father, even the Spirit of truth, which proceeds from the Father, he shall testify of me:
Only the Holy Spirit as the Spirit of Truth is able to overcome the illogical prejudice or hatred without a cause against the Lord Jesus Christ.