The Beginning of Something New

   In the process of arriving in Uganda,  Ron has called several times totally overwhelmed by the emotions of the largeness of this process.  The beginning of something new. 

   While walking the streets of Kampala, Uganda, Pastor Francis began pointing to small children in the streets.  There were all ages and some as young as 3-4.  Pastor Francis called them “street children” and they were begging.  As Ron was walking the streets he began to realize that these street children were orphans that the orphanages could no longer take in and they were begging for their existence.  Ron stated,

 ”I was afraid to even look them in the eye because of what it would bring out in me.”


Ugandan child with blind eyes healed

 That looking them in the eye would mean he would see their need and know that he can’t meet all their needs.  The overwhelming desire to take these children and hold them and love them and bring them all home was  overpowering, but also knowing that there was no way he could do that was crushing.

   That’s what something new looks like.  It is so big we cannot do it on our own.  It is so enormous that the weight of it would crush us if we look to our own resources.

Behold, I will do a new thing.  Now it shall spring forth; shall you not know it?  I will even make a road in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.                Isaiah 43:19

   That’s what a new thing does, it “springs forth”.  It comes at you seemingly out of the blue, it changes how you see, it pulls on what you “think” you know….. and then you realize.  Only God can fulfill the new thing.  He’s the only resource for it.  Our job is to see what He is doing and join Him in it.  To be carriers of His glory and expand His Kingdom throughout the nations.

One Response to “The Beginning of Something New”

  • bishop Zedekiah Mangeni:

    I m a pastor from Kampala and the founder of gospel commission ministries international, I personally attended and sat under the teachings of the man of God apostle Ron it’s so good and I pray God to expand to our capital city of kampala, may God bless u Ron and team.zedekiah mangeni

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