It is well past midnight, and I am diligently working on the next Hand of Help newsletter. Something has been bugging me for the past few hours, like one of those itches that you can never really scratch, and I decided to take a few minutes and share my heart with those of you who take the time and read what God puts on my heart. When I first started this web log, I made a promise to you, and to myself that I would be honest and forthright with you, no matter the circumstance. Since I already made mention of this on the radio program, it is inevitable that it will come out eventually, and since I choose that you hear it from me, rather then someone else, here goes:
For the past few months I have been actively petitioning the Lord to allow me to return to my homeland, permanently. I have even gone so far as to discuss this with my wife, and to my surprise the same burden has been on her heart for some time as well.
It is not due to fear of what is about to descent upon this nation, for I believe wholeheartedly that it will be a darkness of global proportions, but rather due to some words of prophecy, and personal dreams I've been having over the past six months or so. The hour is late, and the time approaches.
As of yet, I have not received a release to go, but the desire is there, ever present, sometimes all consuming. I have always known I would return to my homeland, it is largely the reason I refused to put down roots in this country of any real significance. I love the fellowship of all the brethren here, know that you are loved with a true love that can only originate from the heart of God. I will be here for as long as God has me, but I know the day is approaching when I will go.
I wanted to share this, because I believe it is the right thing to do, and because as I mentioned, I made a promise to be honest, open, and forthright.
There is still work to be done, and I will endeavor to be faithful in the calling that God has placed on my life, and I feel this avenue of reaching the hungry souls is one of those callings as well.
As always thank you for your prayers, and encouragements. I pray this news has not caused hurt or offense to anyone, for it was not my intent.
With love in Christ,
Michael Boldea Jr.