6 thoughts on “Returning From an Unplanned Break

  1. I under stand needing a break, i also come home and give my family the left overs, we need to lift each other up. So ill pray for you and your family. GOD bless. Please pray for me and my family. My wife and I are having troubles as well.
    Your friend and brother in Yeshua.
    David Chase

  2. Thank you for your explanation for the unplanned absence. I greatly appreciate what you are doing, both with the reading and I respect your need for giving quality family time. You will be held regularly in my prayers, as the daily reading is always life giving as God’s Word is intended. May His blessing flow to you and your family for your work and dedication. Thank you.

  3. I am so glad that you guys are okay, and that the podcast is back online! I was just listening this morning on the way to work (I consume about 3 of your podcasts per commute) and was delighted to hear this particular podcast come up, and to know that this was not dead in the water.

    P.S. As a former radio reader for a local FM radio broadcast, I would be happy to help with the readings. Please let me know if there is anyway I can help. I enjoy reading books aloud, and what better than the Word of God?

  4. Michael,

    Thank you so much for providing an explanation. You didn’t have to do that but you chose to make yourself vulnerable by bringing up your own shortcoming. That is SO RARE in society now, even among the church. If revival comes, I believe it will be from God’s work by His Holy Spirit in His children of character ie Christlikeness. May God give us more contemporary examples of uncompromising character in out day of cynicism and selfishness. Praise God for you and your work Michael. May He be exalted in people’s hearts because of His work through you.

  5. Michael, many thanks for all that you do to bring God’s Word to others.

    I agree with John that it is rare to many in our society to bring up out shortcomings, but acknowledging and confessing our shortcomings is the first step in the healing process. It’s very easy now for us as Christians to get distracted by work and our activities. A strong man admits his weaknesses and knows that he can’t combat it alone.

    David, I’ll pray for you and your wife. Zig Ziglar quoted from someone once that troubles do come, but always remember to go back to the basics and court your wife like you did when you first met her so that you can fall back into love.

    Jay

  6. Thank you for blessing me with the podcast. I do feel that my life with God has changed since you introduced it. After all, Faith comes by HEARING the word of God, and your hard work and time commitment has affected not only my daily commute, but all aspects of my life. Every day on my way to work, you remind me to lift that day to God, to get him involved in each aspect of it. Somehow, by giving the day to him, I fit in the important bits that matter.

    Your wife is wise; you do have a gift and a ministry to do this. Your intonation tells the passion and truth of each chapter, pausing in just the right places. I don’t think there are many people that read books aloud that are actually story tellers. You definitely fit that bill!

    You may not be aware of the fruit of your work, but it is there. I’m in the UK. Your fruit is international thanks to the web. Be encouraged. Be blessed.

    Praying for you.

    Paul would say ‘Grace and peace to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ’. To that I say AMEN!!!

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