Saviour of All Fellowship
August 2004

Dear Friends in Faith,
     “As much more as Christ’s sacrifice surpasses Adam’s act in its quantitative values, so much more will be the measure of its effects over those of Adam’s sin.” -A. E. Knoch

From Tony: Often when I am presenting the evangel concerning what will come out of Christ’s death, burial and resurrection and how this will affect all mankind, it is met with resistance at every turn. Some will say that if this is so that all will be saved then we can live however we want. However, Paul was not self-centered. He would take up collections for the poor. He was always concerned not only for believer’s understanding of the truths of the Scriptures but concerned for their fleshly needs being met as well.
     Notice in Titus 3:8 what Paul wrote: “Faithful is the saying, and I am intending you to be insistent concerning these things, that those who have believed God may be concerned to preside for ideal acts. These things are ideal and beneficial for humanity.”
     Paul was not so concerned as to what he was going to personally get out of his relationship with Christ but how that new relationship would affect humanity. I think that Paul saw how unselfish God is in giving His Son for us. Being an ideal son, Paul wanted to emulate his Father and wants us to be just like Him as well.
     In light of what God has done for all mankind through His Son, may we, who have been given this incredible treasure, be “concerned to preside for ideal acts.”

From Dean: I appreciate the concern and comfort of those who wrote concerning my mother’s illness. She was put to repose on July 15 at age 93, a long life, leaving many good memories. Faithful is God, and happy is our expectation.

     The Scripture Conference in Kitchener/Waterloo, Ontario, on August 13-15 is a highlight for this month. Dan Kramer (phone: 519-744-4844), who is making the arrangements has announced speakers as follows: R. F., Don Bast, T. M., Jean Douglas, Richard Condon, plus Tony and Dean.
     The September Fellowship will be held on September 18 at the home of Lou and Diane Klinger, 10770 Plains Hwy., Eaton Rapids, Michigan 48827 (phone: 517-663-1560).
     Also Orville Hunt has been diligent in preparations for the meetings in Grand Rapids, Michigan, scheduled for October 2nd and 3rd at Pilgrim Manor Chapel, 2000 Leonard St. in northeast Grand Rapids. The theme will be: “Eminent Truth from Ephesians.” Meetings on Saturday run from 11:00 to 4:00 and on Sunday from 10:00 to 11:30. Contact Orville and Connie Hunt for hotel recommendations and maps (phone: 616-457-2213 [home]; 616-261-3261 [work]).

Yours in God’s grace and peace,
Dean Hough and Tony Nungesser

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