Mark 10:52 . And Jesus said unto him, Go thy way; thy faith hath made thee whole. And immediately he received his sight, and followed Jesus in the way.
The first move always belongs to us. It’s a choice what we do with this Man called Jesus when we hear about him. This story of Blind Bartimaeus has so much in it. When he heard that it was Jesus coming down the road Bartimaeus had to make a choice in his heart what he was going to do. Each day, each week we have to make a choice what are we going to do with this man called Jesus that lives in our heart. It is a choice. Soon as Bartimaeus heard that it was Jesus he cried out to Jesus, many charged him to be quiet but he just cried out even louder because he knew this was his one chance to be healed. Then the Bible says Jesus heard him and stood still. That is what happens when we cry out to Jesus with all our heart, Jesus hears our cries and he stands still. We get his attention when we cry out all the louder. What happens next is amazing, Jesus calls him and the blind man cast off his beggars coat, that identified him as a beggar. Jesus is calling many of you today and it is time for you to cast off those chains that are holding you back from achieving what Jesus is calling you to do! When this man cast away his coat he knew he was never going to need that anymore. Jesus said what do you need? What can I do for you? The blind man said, “ Lord, that I might receive my sight.” Jesus said, “ go thy way, thy faith has made you whole.” The Bible says, and immediately he received his sight, and followed Jesus in the way. Today is the 1st day of the rest of your life. What are you going to do with this man Called Jesus?
What is Lonesome Road Radio all about? We are not your ordinary radio station that’s for sure. We not only play our Church on the Road program that you are use to hearing on our CD’s but you also get to hear lots more of our music partners songs and testimonies. We not only air our hour programs but we have 30 minute programs, 8 minute programs 90 second jumpstarts throughout the day. We try and blend it all in to our programs that run 24 hrs a day. We also run other programs from partners of Lonesome Road Ministries. We have lots of great partners jumping on board our radio station. Sonshine Road has a program called “There’s Hope” that runs Monday & Saturday nights at 9 pm each week. Bruce Phelps has a program called “The KFC Hour” that runs Saturday’s at 11 am & 11pm each week. We also have my home Church (Orchardville Church) services that run 4 times each week, Monday’s at 2am & 2pm and Thursday’s at 2am & 2pm. Cliff Clark also is a big part of our programming he does a couple different programs “Wait a Minute” a short devotion that runs periodically throughout the week and a little longer devotion that also runs through the week called “Just Saying.”
Since the CD’S are being phased out we have had to search for new ways to continue placing the Good News in the hands of those out there on that Ole Lonesome Road. We have invented the collector cards to use in those vehicles that doesn’t have CD Players. This cards introduce the person speaking and you not only get to hear them but you can also see their picture and read a short bio about them. This card has a QR code you can scan and listen to the program on your cell phone or bluetooth into your vehicle or television.
Lonesome Road Radio now has an app in your app store you can download and have right on your desktop to click and listen. You can also share our radio app by text and email to your family,friends and neighbors. Not only that we have podcast on our website www.lonesomeroad.org on our, ways to listen page that you can listen to all our archived podcast and also share them via text and emails. So many ways to witness to whosoever. Check out Lonesome Road Radio and share it on your social media page. Together we can reach so many more!!!
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I logged over 4 million miles as a truck driver from 1972 - 2007 and I have written a lot of it in my songs. God has taken me off the road and put me into full time ministry, but I still have a heart for all you drivers out there.