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Pastor's Letter

Pastor's Letter - October 2022

Geoffvin once asked, “What does God do all day?”. The answer to that question depended on how much we allow God to do in our individual lives, some of us would have to reply, “Not much!” In difficult situations, it’s easy to say we trust God and yet try to handle things ourselves without turning to Him and His Word. This is masked unbelief. Although God is constantly working, He allows us to set a limit on the degree of work He does on our behalf.


We see this truth demonstrated in Mark 6 when Jesus tried to mighty things in His hometown. Because the people saw Him merely as a carpenter’s son and not as God’s son, they limited what He could do for them (v. 5). So, Jesus moved on to other towns.


During my school days, I tried hard to be a strong Christian, hardly ever revealing my weakness. Then, through a rock-bottom experience, I made this dynamic discovery: Strong Christians are those who unashamedly admit their weakness and draw on Christ’s power. The more I learned to spend on God, the more opportunity this gave Him to be active in my life. Now, whenever I face a daunting task, I say, “Christvin and Jesus can do it!”.


During my induction weekend at the Queen’s, I felt that the task of a Part-time student minister is demanding and strenuous task to accomplish along with a fulltime role within the Circuit. But I was reminded of the Scripture passage from Philippians 4:13. And the Amplified version goes like this ‘I can do all things [which He has called me to do] through Him who strengthens and empowers me [to fulfil His purpose—I am self-sufficient in Christ’s sufficiency; I am ready for anything and equal to anything through Him who infuses me with inner strength and confident peace.] I said to myself ‘Christvin and Jesus can do it! So can you and Jesus!


With love and Prayers,


Christvin Edbarg.

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