April 9, Destiny Christian Church, Niagara Falls, NY

Posted on April 10, 2017 by Bob Sorge

Friday: Today I’m flying to Buffalo, and then zipping up to Niagara Falls, NY. This will be my second time at Destiny Christian Church with Lou & Louisa Perez, the first time being 10 years ago. I’ve been with Lou & Louisa at some other events in NY, but now finally get the chance to be with them again on their own soil. The city of Niagara Falls has been bleeding for a number of years, with their city population taking a real hit and also the general vibrancy of the area. While Niagara Falls, Ontario has kept its energy, the city on the NY side has been slogging through mud. May the Lord visit this region with fresh power and grace in the Holy Spirit!

I’m scheduled to speak Saturday morning at a breakfast meeting, and then Sunday morning.

Saturday 5:00 pm: I made it to Buffalo last night! I finally arrived at 3 a.m., and got to my room in Niagara Falls at 4 a.m. But thanks to the Lord’s help, I made it. Up at 8:00.

We had a 9 a.m. breakfast meeting this morning. A group of around 30 leaders, a good turnout. And an excellent breakfast thanks to Panera Bread. I spoke on the life of Lot, my first to do so, and from the response it seemed the group really appreciated the message. Lot represents the believer who has lost their sense of sojourn. There are strong lessons to be learned from the tragedy of righteous Lot’s life. 

My hostess is Sicilian, and tonight I’ll be served a spaghetti and meatballs feast. Along with three other family and friends. Will be great! By the way, Delta continues to have cancellations today as it recovers from this week’s chaos, and I’m over here hoping my Sunday flights will be in good order, smile. 

Sunday 9:15 pm: Hi from home. Great flights today, got home on time, thank the Lord. This morning we had a great time in the Lord’s house. Good spirit in worship, good spirit in the receiving of the word. Everyone seemed to have profited from gathering together in the Lord’s name on His day. So once again I have returned home with a grateful heart for being able to have a small role in the furtherance of the kingdom of our Christ.