My Daddy!

“And because ye are sons, God hath sent forth the Spirit of his Son into your hearts, crying, Abba, Father” (Galatians 4:6).

When the English translators came to this verse, their religious protocol made them reluctant to use the true transla­tion of the Hebrew term of endearment, Abba, which means My Daddy!

Not knowing how to translate the word without offend­ing religion, they simply left the word Abba untranslated! What a shame! They stole a great blessing from us! But we can go back to God’s original desire and satisfy His heart by lovingly calling Him My Daddy!

“Abba” is usually the first word a Hebrew child learns, because it is so easy to vocalize. Yes, it definitely means, “My Daddy.”

Prayer:  “My Daddy!”

From Praying God’s Word – Chapter 9


Updates from Cuba

Starting in the 1990’s Fred was significantly involved with Cuba.  The Lord has continued to move strongly in Cuba through many brothers and sisters in Christ including some key workers who Fred helped to disciple.  Since 2009, a project to evangelize the whole country has reached over 2 million Cubans with hundreds of thousands of new believers added to the kingdom of God.  The work is ongoing with plans to evangelize the entire island country.  See below for recent news from the work in Cuba.

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Updates from Cuba

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