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If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. 2 Chronicles 7:14

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Visiting Winnipeg, Manitoba


Today is Sept. 10,2010, I have arrived in Winnipeg, Manitoba on September 4th and Evelyn my wife arrived at the airport the next day.  I was taken to the airport to pick her up by David the pastor of an Anglican Church, I visited on the day I arrived in the city.  I was given directions to the church by a young lady at an A& W restaurant on Portage Ave.  I accepted the directions to the church located on Westminster Ave.

Saturday evening service was starting  in approximately  40 minutes.  Once I arrived I attended the service.  Food was served after the service and I was invited.  There was a time of fellowship and I shared my story while we ate.
One of the members offered to take me to my accommodations for the night.  The Canadian Hostelling, on Kennedy st.

m&t bank ach department

down town.

On Sunday September 5, 2010 I was up early and cycling back to the Anglican Church for Sunday service which started at 10:30 am.  It was early enough for me to stop and have breakfast at a quaint bakery/restaurant  called Stella’s.  It was a delightful and pleasant.  Good food was served and I enjoyed every bite.

I attended the service at the Church at 10:30 am and returned to the hostel, where David, the pastor picked me up at about 3:00pm and we went to the airport to pick  up my wife.  The hostel was  where we enjoyed accommodations while visiting Winnipeg and sharing time together.

Evelyn and I toured the city by bus and had the opportunity to experience some excellent sites and places in Winnipeg.  We often stopped and reflected on God’s goodness, mercy, and love towards us, and gave Him thanks and praise.  The knowledge that, “apart from Him we can do nothing.”  We  accept as truth for our lives, it is the Word of God.

I will start cycling on 9-11-2010 from Winnipeg to the US border, which is 60 miles/ 100 kilometers.  I know I will miss the Canadian culture and way of life that I have been introduced to and fell in love with; but I must complete that which I know the Lord has  called me to do, that is, proclaim The Holy Spirit Is Here.

The Holy Spirit came at the day of Pentecost.  The Lord desired his body to be lead by the Spirit of  Truth.  Jesus spoke these words in John 16:13-15.  “However, when He, The Spirit of  Truth, has, come, He will guide you into all Truth; (we as Christians need guidance into all truth, don’t you think?)  For He will not speak on His own authority, but whatever He hears  He will speak:  and He will tell you things to come….  All things the Father has are Mine.  Therefore I  said that He will take of Mine and declare it to you….”

We must learn to submit to the Holy Spirit to know the truth of the Father for our lives, if not we stumble around  in darkness trying to find the truth.  The Lord is saying, “The Holy Spirit is Here.”  I am only proclaiming it.  We must take heed.  Lowell Out.

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  1. Grace says:

    My brother, it is very good to hear from you! I am sure glad you are well and that you have had time to spend with your wonderful wife, Evelyn. Now that I am no longer employed, I have more time to spend in prayer for your mission, a mission my sister in Florida tells me was foretold – she said that at her church, and via Billye Brimm Ministries it had been stated that the Lord would proclaim the presence of His Spirit across Americas, ending in Florida. May the Lord continue His good work through you, thank you for your service to Him, your sister, G

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