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  1. Tim on June 7, 2012 at 9:10 am

    Acts 10 Cornelius gave alms generously to the people and prayed continually to God and his works had accended as a memorial before God.
    What?!!
    Wow! that is strong. As God looked upon Cornelius, for all the good works he was producing, Cornelius a devout man and fear God with all of his household was still wicked, evil, defiled, deceptive, unholy, self-serving, savage sinner.
    God then sent one of His angles down to have Cornelius make a decision.
    You know what pleases me Cornelius… but to have a relationship with Me your God you must come through my Son, will you hear the Gospel through Peter, one of my disciples? Praise the Lord, this was one of the main events of the Gospel being brought to the Gentiles. It was so great that it was like the day of pentecost. Oh brothers and sisters may our church arise for such an occasion! For our God will do no less today. May our faith and trust only come from Jesus Christ, then through His willingness we can arise to glorify Him and the world can be amazed of what is going on at Meadow!!