Pastor Berteau Update
Monday, December 2, 2019
Pastor Glen had a miraculous Sunday. The ventilator was removed, and he is breathing on his own. He has been talking as best he can, asking and answering questions. His cognitive function seems to be totally normal. Believe it or not, he was asking about service attendance, who preached and if LSU won their football game Saturday. That is Pastor Glen! Can you believe it? Yes!!!
With that said, he still needs a lot of prayer. His body has been through a major battle and the healing process is painful. He is experiencing a lot of pain from all of the procedures that have been done as a result of his cardiac arrest. We continue to pray for the pain to subside, for the kidneys to be restored to normal function. He has a long way to go, but we are confident he will get through this season. The healing process is messy. When you read the story of Naaman in 2 Kings chapter five, you discover his healing required dipping in a dirty, muddy river seven times before his leprosy was healed. However, he was healed! Pastor’s healing will be messy and difficult, but we are believing for total and complete healing.
Don’t forget to be praying and fasting during this season until Pastor Glen’s total recovery is certain. As we announced in our weekend services, we will be having a prayer meeting every night, Monday through Friday from 6:30-8:00 PM in the Prayer Chapel at The House. In addition, we will be praying from 5:00-6:00 PM on Saturday night before service and again on Sunday mornings at 8:30, in the Prayer Chapel as well. Do your best to come and pray the prayer of agreement with us for Pastor’s total healing.
We are so thankful and praise God for His goodness, grace and mercy. What the enemy meant for evil, God turned it for good!
2 Corinthians 5:7
“For we live by believing and not by seeing.”