Part 1 preliminaries for my speaking at delaware

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Part 1; Preliminaries for my Speaking in Wilmington Delaware at the “Take a Big Drink of the Glorious Gospel Revival” Conference on June 28, 2013.

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Part 1 preliminaries for my speaking at delaware

  1. 1. Section I Introduction
  2. 2. “Take a Big Drink Of the Glorious Gospel Revival” Wilmington, Delaware June 26 – June 29, 2013
  3. 3.  Marco Lafebre  277 Wellington Street West, Suite 600  Toronto, Ontario Canada  M5V 3H2  marcoantoniolafebre@gmail.com  https://www.facebook.com/Marco.Lafebre  Mobile: +1 416-414-3727
  4. 4. Find information about the peoples  When I’m invited to speak in a place, after thanking God and asking for guidance, one of the first things I do is to find information about the peoples, the land, and the history of the place where I’m going, and I would pay attention to any little detail that the Holy Spirit would put in my heart.
  5. 5. God is and artist of His creation.  God, the Supreme creator of all what it is and exists is a wonderful artist in designing and creating pieces of His own artistry. As in the case on a famous artist, He will always stamp his signature in his piece of art. You are a wonderful piece of his creation, and as such he has sealed you with his characteristic sign. Sometimes you hear that some piece of art has been found or has been recovered and put it in expert hands to see if it is original, then to be restored, properly evaluated, labeled and finally under security protection the piece of art is displayed for the world to see and enjoy of its magnificence. In some cases, this wonderful discovery is lent to other countries so this marvelous creation can be known around the world.
  6. 6. Cracked vessels.  Sometimes we may feel just a s a piece of an artistic container that is in some forgotten place collecting dust and little by little fading away, until the moment in which the eyes of the Master Potter, the master of Masters in his perfect time spots us out from heaven, then he bends down, pick us up carefully in his hands, dust us off, kisses us, checks for any cracks, restores us, tags us, makes his signature be very visible on us, fills us with the oil of his anointing, saturates us with the magnificent fragrance of his presence, surround us with his security and finally he situates us in a place to display his attributes of love, of mercy, of compassion, of healing, of acceptance, of sacrifice.
  7. 7. You are here to enjoy the exhibition.  How many of you here tonight have come from outside the city?  How many of you from outside the State of Delaware?  How many of you have emigrated from another country?  Whether you are local or from outside, you are here to enjoy the exhibition of magnificent containers that the Lord is displaying in this place, so enjoy the exhibition, get ready as the Master Potter will check for any cracks in your vessel, he wants to repair you as he wants to fill you up again and again.
  8. 8. A Big drink.  Is anyone thirsty in the house?  Get ready,  you are about to be filled to overflowing.
  9. 9. Delaware’s Nickname.  So one of the first things that I found and called my attention were the following ones:  That Delaware has an interesting nickname: “The First State”  Delaware is known by this nickname due to the fact that on December 7, 1787; it became the first of the 13 original states to ratify the U.S. Constitution.
  10. 10. Origen of the name.  The next thing that called my attention was that  Delaware takes its name from “Thomas West, 3rd Baron De La Warr”  Which can be translated as : Man of War; Warrior.
  11. 11. Names of the Counties.  Then the names and locations of the three Counties caught my eye:  New Castle, at the head or north.  Kent, at the heart or middle section, and  Sussex, at the feet or base.
  12. 12. The map of Delaware:  And finally I almost fell off my chair when my eyes caught attention of your coastal line seeing the shapes that the Delaware River by instruction of Almighty God had form in its running down to the Atlantic Sea.  It can easily be found the silhouettes of three faces looking to the State.  Also a feet or shoe coming over the State of Delaware.
  13. 13.  PLEASE CONTINUE TO THE NEXT SET OF SLIDES: “The Coastline Facing Delaware.”

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