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Every now and again when things are not going my way, not even beautiful weather can help. I sometimes say that, "I'm having a bad day" but today I am reminded from Gods word that, "this is the day the Lord has made, rejoice and be glad in it"

And so this week, we at Connect2 TC Forth Valley have had a challenging week and yet recognise in the midst of this God has blessed us beyond belief and therefore we want to give God thanks!

Wednesday we were back in Stirling with the Teen Challenge bus. The volunteers were excited at the prospect of who might be on the bus?

Lee Gow, a local Stirling man and one of our volunteers was probably the most excited of all the volunteers for the reason being that only four years ago he was a broken man who was in addiction, with no hope!

Thank God, four years later his life is so different as he has been helped by the rehab “The Haven Kilmacolm” Now he is a trophy of Gods grace! He is clean and now as a Christian he wants to go back and sow seeds of hope into other local men and woman lives - Praise God.

Thursday we again were out in Falkirk and believing God was going to do amazing things. We certainly were not disappointed as men and woman came onto the bus of HOPE.

H- Holding

O- On to your

P- Promises

E- Each Day

We were humbled by individuals stories and blessed to have prayed for all. Believing Gods promise that he will never leave us nor forsake us!! Praise God!

Everything may not be going our way today, or even this week however, let’s remember we have to “give thanks in all circumstances ...

(1 Thessalonians 5:18)


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