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A glimpse into the life of Daniel and Jaynee Lockwood and their 12 precious blessings. Thank you for visiting; we pray that what we share here may always bring glory to our wonderful God and Saviour. May you praise the Lord with us for the great things He has done and continues to do as we serve Him sharing the gospel here in the little town of Cuidad Insurgentes, BCS Mexico. He alone is good and faithful!

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Did I confuse anyone???

Earlier today, if you think that you saw what looked like the beginning of a post that was obviously not at all finished, you did :)
I had a few few minutes this morning before school, so I uploaded a few pictures and began to write. I must have left the page up and someone, must likely under that age of 4, apparently pushed the publish button. Oops! :) So I took it down and will put it back up once I finish.
I would like to ask you all to pray for our family and our church here tonight. We will be traveling out to another very small town to begin sharing the gospel.
Daniel went out to survey the town a few weeks ago. There is no church there which either means no one has ever tried to start one or the town is a very hard area in which to work. He was given permission by the town mayor to hold meetings in the town square. So last week, several of our older boys and Daniel and some from our church here went out there and went door to door passing out tracts and letting them know that the following week (today) we would be sharing a message from God's Word in the town square. We hope to be able to go out each Thursday and have either Daniel or one of the men in our church here preach a gospel message with the prayer that hearts will come to Christ and church will spring up in Zaragosa (the name of the town).
I was unable to go out last week because Eliseo's been sick with really bad diarrhea. We're hoping the whole family can join everyone tonight.
We'll be heading out later this afternoon and holding the meeting at 6 pm our time. Please pray for us and the people of Zaragosa. How we desire and are so thankful for your prayers! Sometimes the battle is so hard; we need ones to stand beside us an hold up our hands like Aaron and Hur did for Moses. Praise the Lord, ...and this is the victory that overcometh the world, even our faith (I John 5:4).


  1. We'll be praying with/for you and your Church family & those of Zaragosa.

    Klassen Family

  2. I pray that your witnessing goes well. It is wonderful to hear of your work and how the Lord is blessing, even in adding these new areas. I'm looking forward to seeing that post - in a finished way:).

  3. I read this long after you went to Zaragosa, but I am praying for the people you spoke with tonight. Know that His word will not return void! Looking forward to hearing about how it went! God bless!

  4. Hey Jaynee! :) I'm just now getting caught up on some computer stuff and noticed your comments.

    We sent our picture to http://www.creativeplus.com/ for them to design our prayer card. We should have the actual prayer cards tomorrow. :)

    I don't know which church we'll be at in Selma. Jeremiah knows but I keep getting mixed up on who is who. lol We've sent out so many letters and I've noticed many churches have if not the same, very similar names.

    I hope tonight went well. I didn't get on your blog in time to pray for it specifically, but you're in our prayers. I hope Eliseo is feeling better now. :)

  5. praying for you all as you go to this new village, may God's blessings be with you all. Praying Eliseo is much better, you are an amazing family for God.

    Shelley p
    from over the pond

  6. Praying for you and your ministry. :D

    Have a wonderful and blessed weekend,
    Jillian ♥

  7. I have been a long time follower (since back when Daniel was sick) and just never left a comment but this post got me thinking. I am currently a single college student with a relationship with God and a church goer, but that's about as far as it goes. I am just wondering my christian counselor says I need to start reading my Bible but I don't know where to start. Lately I have felt some of what you were talking about with being drained. I am bipolar and sometimes I can't tell if I feel the way I do because of that or because of being under attack and sometimes I think it is all just being influenced by Satan's crafty ways like you said. So sorry this is long so basically where do I start in my relationship with God?


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