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Published November 7, 2018 by Covenant Keepers, Inc. in

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(Biblical encouragement included with an offering) Psalm 30:6  “For His anger lasts for only a moment; His favor is for a lifetime. Weeping may stay for the night, but joy comes in the morning.”

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AR: (Referring to “Ridding Yourself of White Woolly Spots by Carolyn Johnson) That is a great short sermon! THANKS! “Yahweh bless you and keep you; Yahweh make His face shine upon you, and be gracious to you; Yahweh lift His countenance upon you, and give you shalom.” (Numbers 6:24-26 MKJV)

CA: Rex, Carolyn and all CKI staff, what a blessing this ministry is to troubled marriages. We are an army of God against the forces of evil – proving God is the Restorer of the breach. I continue to pray that God will bring in the resources to keep this ministry strong in the power of the Name of Jesus.

CO:  (Referring to “Ridding Yourself of White Woolly Spots by Carolyn Johnson) This article is superb. Wow, the analogy was great. In Colorado we also have fir trees being destroyed. The picture one can see contrasting sin and its devastation is remarkable. Good job!

FL:  (Referring to “Wisdom and Revelation”) I and all reading these are blessed. HE is Wisdom.

GA: (Referring to “A Lighthouse standing firm” by CKI Intercessor) “Hi Carolyn! I want to thank you for sharing this newsletter article and the honesty within it. I pushed the link to Steven Furtick’s message. It was spot on! God is good and He always provides. He answers those who are truly seeking Him with their whole heart. I missed the recent SE Yellow Ribbon retreat because I was in Pensacola, FL for an important wedding. I am currently in a huge transition period, I pulled aside for the last seven days to really hear what the Holy Spirit is saying to me. Thankfully, lifelong friends are providing agreement and support. I know that everything needed is available. We must make ourselves available and have an ear to hear His voice. Thank you.

LA: The recent SE Regional Yellow Ribbon Retreat at Joy Mountain was such a blessing! Gathering with believers opened the doors for renewed hope and strengthened prayers. We were challenged to serve others. Thank you one and all.

(Referring to, “A Lighthouse standing firm” by CKI Intercessor) The only workable action that we can and should take is to STAND, fully armored, pray, and WATCH as God does what is necessary to bring our prodigal spouse home and, during that time, allow Him to prepare us for that glorious homecoming. It takes a lot of faith and a lot of trust in our Father. There aren’t any shortcuts.

NC: (Encouragement included with an offering) Thanks for all you do for so many of us! May God continue to bless you as you serve Him so faithfully.

OH: (Referring to, “A Lighthouse standing firm” by CKI Intercessor) I have been a CK for 35 years. My CK prayer partner died last year. Her husband was in a second marriage but their relationship had been restored. She was standing and awaiting his return home. My husband has remarried twice. Nevertheless, I am in total agreement with the author’s position. I appreciate how she was able to say it with such a simple statement.

TX: (Referring to, “The Value of Keeping Covenant” by Jo Hurst) What an encouraging word!