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          A Minister's Heart

    Sat, Aug 11th - 12:57AM

    Hot,Hot,Hot, that's the temp. in Texas. Well I thank God for giving a man to invent the air condition. Please don't forget to pray for our troops, it may be hot over here but I know its even hotter in the desert over there. I just want to say thank you men and women of the United States armed forces for protecting us and going what you go throu everyday and a big thanks to your families for their sacrfice by not having you home with them, we love you all. It was a awsome day, I was able to get done early today and spend some time with my daughter sam. She is so funny and I love her. Please pray for my wife she hasn't been feeling well she has a cold ( and it summer ) and has been taking med. Busy day for Sat. we are packing close to 3000 school supplies for our community as an out reach program and we are giving it all away. we do this every year. I can't tell you how many people we have presented the Gospel to throu this ministry.

    Well good night my family in Christ, I pray many blessings on you and your faimiles, I pray that God will work in your lives with a strong presence and open doors that need to be open and close doors that need to be closed that only He can do. Thank you God, for who you are and for your promises, and I thank You for Your Son who took away our sins and its in His name we pray Christ, Amen.

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    Thu, Aug 9th - 1:16PM

    Feb. 14, 2006 I came down with a rare cancer tumor in my spine, it was a soft tissues sarcoma. I went to MD Anderson in Houston and they said they could treat it with chemo/radiation and then surgery. My doctors told me that I would loose my ability to lift my right leg up and down and would loose my right arm because they would take muscle tissue out of my right shoulder and put spin it down to cover the hole the size of a greatfuit where my tumor was to be taken out. I did six months of radiation and then went in for surgery. The entire year of 2006 was a nightmare an emotional roller coster. My family was close by my side and kept me busy so I didn't have time to sit and think too much and my church formed a circle around us for 365 days and prayed and prayed and prayed. God answered thoses prayers and allowed me to get through that 11 hour surgery with only minor damage to my body. I'm so thankful to our Lord that I'm am able to see my daughter grow up and for using me now in my chruch and community to help win souls for His kingdom.

    Please Pray for Brad Royster who is in the same position that I was in not very long ago, His daughter's don't understand why daddy is so sick and that he may die. Brad is a friend and he is on my heart today and I can't quit crying and praying for him.

    Please God be with Brad this hour and this day and allow him to feel your presence and love, God instruct the doctors in the treatments and work throu them to heal Brad. God thank you for your Son who shed his blood for us and forgiving us of our sins, I pray for the soul out there that doesn't know you and that the Holy Spirt would stir their heart to surendur to You and change their lives for eternity. In Jesus's name, Amen.

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    Tue, Aug 7th - 11:35PM

    On Tuesday early am at 6am I went to men's Bible study not really looking or expecting anything other than our routine study. I relized real quick that God had other plans. The hole hour we just prayed and didn't even open the Bible. One man would pray his heart and than silence than another man pick up and prayed his heart, it was great. That was it what I needed the most just some good old on your knees praying.

    I was reading in Exodus 3:1-4:17 thinking about God talking to Moses. Moses had three forty year periods in his life, the first was when his life was cushy. He didn't want for anything he was a prince. The world was at his feet. The second period was bad for Moses he went from being a prince to a lowly poor outcast of a sheapard. He felt low about his present job, low self esteam, not very happy. He was out there with the sheep for forty years learning the ways that his people lived back in Egypt lived as slaves. He also learned survial skills out there, which I'm sure wasn't very easy place to live.

    When God asked Moses to go, Moses didn't feel he could do it let alone do it alone. God will always give us all his resources we just have to trust Him and go! You may not see the progress for a long while, thats not for us to worry about, keep you head up and keep going He will let you konw if you get off track. The people that make a difference in this  world and the Kingdom of God are the people that work at it everyday. Pray boldly to God and pray for things you think God won't do and you will be in awe of what He does.

    May you find safety and rest in the arms of our Lord all the days of your life with peace and blessing to your family form ours.

    Michael Basquette

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    About Me

    Name: Michael Basquette
    ChristiansUnite ID: miikebasquette
    Member Since: 2007-08-07
    Location: McKinney, Texas, United States
    Denomination: Baptist
    About Me: my wife and I have been married for 16 years and we have a 11 year old daughter. I have a full time job in corp. America and also work full time for our church as the Men's Minister. My wife works for our local school dist. as a account payables. We ... more

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