On Daily Faith, Pastor Jerry Grillo is an author, motivational speaker, and lead Pastor of Church One80 in Hickory, NC. Today, Pastor Jerry shares a revelation into the realm of faith about how your confidence and trust in Him, God’s overcomer spirit living inside you, is greater than any obstacle you may face. Your faith moves God's heart. David was a man after God’s heart, a man of faith. When Goliath came to town, David was not afraid to slay him because he knew his God. God gave David a measure of faith, just like you and me, but it was up to David to activate it. We all endure various trials, fears, and frustrations daily and are easily worn out, becoming overwhelmed by these attacks that leave us stuck in our emotions and feeling like we will never catch a break. These attacks are part of the enemy's attempt to keep you bound in your situation, overwhelmed and confused about the next step. If Satan can’t destroy or defeat you, he will try to tear you down in your mind. Stop telling God how big your problems are, and start telling your problem how big your God is! As you begin to see through the eyes of faith, you’ll see the plan of God unfold in your life. We declare that you’re about to overcome what’s been overwhelming you in Jesus’ name!
The Orphans Hands is the heartbeat of our ministry. For over thirty years, we have rescued orphaned and abandoned children from the risks of human sex trafficking, saving them from a dangerous life. Moldova is one of the poorest countries in Eastern Europe, struggling with alcohol abuse and poverty. Many of the children are forced to live in an orphanage, where they fight for the chance to survive at a young age. When they turn sixteen, they are kicked out and sent back to the villages where they came from. Desperate and overwhelmed, they fear what the next day will bring. The Orphans Hands has a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village and a house in Ukraine that takes in these unwanted and forgotten children, showing them the love of Jesus; they discover a second chance at life. The war in Ukraine has caused us to evacuate our home in Odessa safely. Yet, our kids have completed their studies and have graduated through these challenging times, some becoming doctors, psychologists, and teachers. They have overcome their fears and have seen through the eyes of faith. They are daily meeting the needs of the Ukrainian refugees by supplying food, Bibles, and blankets. Thank you for your kindness that helps make a difference in the lives of others.
To learn more about how you can give and support the Orphans Hands ministry, please see www.theorphanshands.org.