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SWAT REPORT  #125   

For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone;
The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land;
The fig tree putteth forth her green figs, and the vines with the tender grape give a good smell. Arise, my love, my fair one, and come away.
Song of Solomon 2:11

 Springtime always stirs and directs my thoughts toward the imminent coming of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.  I feel certain, because of the verses above that the blessed hope will occur in springtime…it might as well be…THIS SPRING…AMEN.  But certainly, He is not to be confined to this part of the year… “Even so come Lord Jesus.”   AMEN!

 Our ministry has been faithful through this long winter but we are eager for the return of my partner Bro. Logan.  His return will also commence some well-needed improvements to the appearance of the church.  This should present a much more inviting atmosphere for the many who have received both a witness and an invitation.

 The poem with photos is to be enjoyed and shared as you will.  The couple in the one photo happens to be Tom and Carol Johnson…missionaries to Papau, NG.  Circa 1974.  I took the picture.   Click for Poem

The other photos of trees with initials are from the forest here in Romania very near to our home.  Notice some early dates like 1957.  The cute little boy is a relative.

 The other photos show a grandmother and two grandkids who have started coming to our Bible study in Intorsura Buzaului.  That study is really coming along.  Please pray it will develop into a full-fledged church. 

 The last photo is of Cornel and Mari’s new baby, Lois being kissed by her older sister Priscilla.  The new one arrived less than three weeks ago.  They are both very adorable.

 We are all well and enjoying the fresh air of springtime…

Enjoying spring drills on the eastern front
Gerald Sutek and the SWAT TEAM for Christ
Amos 5:10, 2Tim. 1:8

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