“www.1stchurch.org is For Sale.”~priest

My blog 37stories is about God Spots.  A God Spot is a time when God chooses to authenticate His presence and I get to blog about it.  This post is a rather unique God Spot, because the God Spot is in the making….
Many months back, I registered and purchased www.1stchurch.org because I recognized it as an address of value.  Think about it.  There are thousands of 1st churches around the US and more around the world.  I am hopeful, a 1st church somewhere in the world will recognize the value of owning this address and God will use the revenue to keep me free and available for His unique service.
I have posted the 1stchurch.org address for sale on ebay.  You can view it on ebay here..  ebay ink IF you are affiliated with a 1st church of somewhere,USA.  Please forward this link on to your 1st church.  This is truly a one time opportunity for this unique named website.  There will only be one 1stchurch.org.
I stepped out on faith by going free lance again with website building, sign printing, event photography or whatever it takes to stay free and available for God to use.  Maybe the sell of 1stchurch.org will be part of His plan to keep me available for service.
Thank you and God Bless,

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It is the desire of my heart that God be Lord of my life. Life’s experiences have killed the old man and God is building a new creation in me. I look forward to experiencing the new man God creates in the old vessel known as Archie via "God Spots".

4 thoughts on ““www.1stchurch.org is For Sale.”~priest”

  1. Hi Archie;

    When the earthquake destroyed Haiti, took countless lives and left the survivors with nothing except tears, I saw a woman with her arms stretched out singing.

    She was calling to God.

    It was her anchor to sanity.

    I don’t know what religion or faith she belonged to and I didn’t care.

    She didn’t either.

    The only thing I know is she probably lost friends, loved ones, home, possessions, all the things we humans cherish.

    She was singing.

    She wasn’t seeking pity.

    It made an impression. A little peace and hope where one would think none existed.

    Her soul was with God for the moment. Like the peace one feels in the eye of a hurricane.

  2. Hi Archie;

    I should have copied it, but I didn’t.

    At that time, my thoughts weren’t really on it. It only came back to me yesterday while my mind was floating around. 🙂

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