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MCGI thanksgiving pauses El Niño

March 12, 2010

Through a light rainfall, God showed how much He cares for His people.

Extreme heat for months now has made Philippines a square-of-puzzle dry land.  Farmers have to harvest their crops earlier than the scheduled season just to save what can be saved in their investments. Water shortage is expected in a few weeks all over the Philippines. Filipinos in all places hope for a rain for months now, but no rain falls not until today.

Less than 24 hours before the start of the thanksgiving celebration of Members Church of God International, the sky poured drops of rain in Apalit, Pampanga where most members of the Congregation are heading to.  The drizzle, just enough to wet the arid land, provided significant relief to the members traveling for long hours under a scourging heat.  Congregants travel from different Philippine regions and other countries to ADD Convention Center to participate in the 1st Quarter International Thanksgiving.

This global celebration of the MCGI will last for three days starting this Saturday, March 13. Live monitoring is set up in major MCGI locales worldwide to accommodate attendees who cannot come to ADD Convention Center.

International Thanksgiving is a major event that MCGI holds every quarter.  Through Bro. Eli Soriano and Bro. Daniel Razon, MCGI Presiding and Vice-Presiding Ministers, members were taught to acknowledge God’s goodness at all times.

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