Monthly Newsletter

July 2019
Welcome to the
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Quo Vadis Ministry!

By Lisa McMahon

Welcome to our new subscribers, we are glad you have joined our mission! We pray that everybody is encouraged by the messages we are bringing to you. Below is another insightful message from Erna,  our writer.

We'd like to share with you that there are people not of our faith that are finding QUO VADIS station and we praise the Lord!
One non-Christian man called us and told us that he purchased a new telephone at COSTCO and he could not figure out how come our station was on his cell phone. He started to listen to QVTV and found the messages very interesting and comforting to his soul. He is asking questions about our faith. 

Another person called from a Baptist church and said they never heard anything like our messages before and are very interested to know more about our faith.  A book has been mailed to them and we pray for this family.

Last Saturday evening we had a caller named Jake who said he also listens to our messages. He does not know how they are on his TV, he is keeping Sunday but wants to check the nearby SDA church out! We helped him to find the SDA church in his city.

Friends, it's all about a clear, concise Gospel message of our faith to go into the world. Lets do this together. Please note we are supported by viewers like you, we pray this Bible truth will go far and wide at this closing history time. We appreciate you letting your friends know about QVTV's station.

We'd like to announce that our new webstore is now active and there are many inspiring DVD's to purchase and share with others, we will still make more products as we are able. Check it out from time to time!

May God bring you so many blessings this month!
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Erna McCann 
Prayer Ministries Canada
Spiritual Pride...

Dear friends of Quo Vadis,

The calling of prophets is very interesting to me.  I often think of Ellen White's calling, and those ahead of her who were called, but refused to cooperate with God's plans for them.  How about some of the other prophets?  Isn't it interesting that they were primarily called to minister to God's people? Jonah was an exception, but the majority of the prophets' work and messages, as recorded in scripture, were for the church - meaning me ... and you!

How often I've read the Bible, believing that the things I read were calls out of darkness for others, rather than for myself; for people outside of the SDA church, because "we have the truth".  We have been blessed with a lot of truth, but when we only take part of it and leave the rest don't we have a distortion that is deceitful to ourselves and others? Perhaps un-applied truth is our greatest danger...

I love the book of Ezekiel.  There are so many amazing promises, given in messages and visions, and I find that the love of God is so prevalent throughout it.  God calls His people back to Him, when they believe they are in line with Him already.  Sounds like our day, doesn't it?  We can see it in others, but can we see it in ourselves? ... or don't we go there ...?

Pride is a dangerous thing, and spiritual pride is particularly dangerous.  Believing that the instructions/commands of God are for everyone else is a deception of perception, and very prideful.  Perhaps we are only able to see a speck in someone else's eye when there is a beam in our own ... if all we had was a speck, we would see nothing in anyone else's. It is easy to see this in respect to circumstances/differences between others, but what about where our heart is closed to someone?  The principle still applies, and can't be done away with.

How different our churches/homes/lives become when we ditch the spiritual pride, humble ourselves, and confess and surrender our own sins, and receive the healing God is eagerly holding out to us.  Each of us has darkness that needs light shining into it; darkness we may not even be aware of.  Asking God to show us the worst of our case is always a real eye-opener, if we will receive it.

There is a great deal of work to be done amongst ourselves; a lot of crucifying self, mending relationships, allowing love to pour into (and out of) our hearts; a lot of encouraging, strengthening, empowering of each other.  

We are put here for the betterment of each one, but first, we must receive from God the removal of the beams and healing of our hearts/connection with Him so we can't see the speck in each other's eye.

May this be a blissful month of receiving from Him and not noticing the faults of others, for you and for me. 

I'm praying for you,

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