Mighty Men!

eagles
This picture is how I see MYCHURCH.

We had 19 men at the church this morning.  (6am)

There is something stirring up in the hearts of men.

Full of powerful, purpose-filled people getting ready for flight.

Not just any flutterly, flighty, flight.

But, powerful strokes creating soaring potential.

High above the trees and rough terrain.

=robin

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About pastorrobin

Hello. I pastor PromiseLand Church in San Marcos, TX. I am married to Erica, and we have 3 kids: Kennady, Jude, and Avery. All little ones! Visit our church site at www.psmchurch.com

Posted on February 13, 2008, in Church Business, Daily Word. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. I like that. It reminds me of Bishop Phillip’s saying: “It’s hard to soar with the eagles when you’re down in the yard scratching with the chickens.” Sure glad I’m numbered among the eagles.

  2. That is so exciting to hear that so many men were at prayer. Come on, ladies!!!! We can’t let them outdo us. We need some plans and then put them into action!!!!!!

  3. “Mighty Men” My husband misses y’all! His week is not the same without y’all. (I am writing in for him since he can’t 🙂

    As for Kathy’s comment, yes let’s do it! I was inspired by the powerful prayer and intimacy Joshua encountered during his morning prayer at church.

  4. did you notice the smaller black bird on the right side of the picture? He is sort of hidden in the body of the Bald Eagle. I want to think he is a young eagle. If not, it must be sad when they all take off and he is left hundreds of feet below.
    How many spiritual analogies can be spun from this?

  5. Ladies, we meet on Saturday afternoons at 4:30 p.m. Hope to see you there.

  6. Actually he looks like a crow because his legs are so different. He’s probably standing there all puffed up trying to look bigger than he really is so the eagles will give him some respect. Unfortunately he will never know the experiences of the eagles, or even miss them, because he’s so busy being a crow.

  7. for everything there is a season and, yes, the redemptive power of Jesus.

  8. you might be born a crow, but what if you were reborn an eagle……

    WEEEEELLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!

  9. Eagles go through a molting period at which time they are neither attractive nor able to fly. This happens intheir maturity and they become very vulnerable and dependent on the other eagles for nourishment. I heard a very, very good annointed preaching on this once that fed new and old and everyone in between.

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