“This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners; of whom I am chief.” (1 Timothy 1:15)
Since a picture paints a thousand words, the theme for GodStop Friday this week is “in pictures.” My GodStop was in church of all places, but no ordinary chuch.
We went to church at a biker bar on Easter Sunday. It was about as atypical a Sunday as I’ve ever had. It was also one of the most meaningful. Yankee’s Tavern opens its doors each Sunday for Harvest Field Church. I saw such raw and pure love for the Lord, as His redeemed sang and shared their 180 degree changed lives. The guest worship leader was Terry Fancher, Black Sabbath’s lead guitarist, before he gave his life to Christ, and that was only the beginning.
The picture above is of Terry Fancher with the pastor. If you could zoom in on those jackets below, you’d see they were not just bikers. They were a band of brothers. The guys in black jackets with crosses are known as “The Tribe of Judah.”
He so faithfully shines in redeemed hearts. There seems to be no one as sold out to Jesus as one who has been mightily delivered. Lord, deliver us all in such a way that the testimony of our hearts can do nothing but turn and praise You. Happy Godstop Friday, everyone.