God’s Presence and Anointing
We’re living in difficult times, and there are all sorts of evils around us. On Daily Faith, our friend and prophetic Pastor, Buddy Meloy, brings deeper revelations into the scriptures. Pastor Buddy is the Lead Pastor of New Life Christian Fellowship in Lake City, FL. Pastor Buddy shares how the Lord revealed the keys to obtaining more of God’s presence. In Psalms 107:5-6, “Hungry and thirsty, Their soul fainted in them. Then they cried out to the Lord in their trouble, And He delivered them out of their distresses.”
When we face uncertainty and distress, it’s easy to feel as if we are going to faint under pressure. We must have the presence of God and the anointing to endure these trials of life. David, a man after God’s own heart, realized the power of God’s anointing and calling on his life and knew that if God’s presence was not with him in battle, he would not win. Although he was not a perfect man, David grew his relationship with God because he cried out and hungered for more. It’s time for the church to deepen the wells of desire and cry out for more of God’s Spirit. It’s the anointing that sets believers apart from the world. Today, we want to encourage your spirit to stand firm on the living word of faith, trusting that Your heavenly Father is Omnipresent. For more information about New Life Christian Fellowship with Pastor Buddy Meloy, please visit www.nlcflc.com.
The Orphans Hands is the heart of our outreach ministry in Moldova and Ukraine. We have helped save desperate and orphaned children from hopelessness for over thirty years. Moldova is one of the poorest countries in Eastern Europe, with the highest death rates due to alcohol abuse. Due to the lack of social support and poverty, many families send their children to live in an orphanage. When they come of age, they are forced out of the orphanage, left to the false hopes of the human traffickers. Hungry and thirsty, they helplessly search for a place to live. We have a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village and a house in Odessa, Ukraine, where we take in these abandoned children, showing them the love of Jesus and caring for their needs. We are proud to announce that twelve of our kids have graduated by becoming doctors, psychologists, and teachers. Putin’s war on Ukraine has caused us to evacuate our home in Odessa safely. Our kids have become the hands and feet of Jesus daily, meeting the needs of the Ukrainian refugees by supplying food, Bibles, and blankets. They carry the presence of God wherever they go, where the spark of hope in their hearts, the anointing, sets them apart. Your kindness has helped to transform their lives; thank you! To learn more about how you can give support to those in need through the Orphans Hands ministry, please see www.theorphanshands.org.