LOS REMEIDOS DE CRISTO PLAYED BEAUTIFUL CHRISTIAN MUSIC LAST MONTH AT EL MONTERREY RESTRAUNT IN ABILENE

LOS REMEIDOS DE CRISTO PLAYED BEAUTIFUL CHRISTIAN MUSIC LAST MONTH AT EL MONTERREY RESTRAUNT IN ABILENE

A bilingual evening service celebration of rejoicing became a festive place bringing out the spirit of the holidays at El Monterrey Restaurant in Abilene last month. The popular guest bands were Los Remeidos De Cristo, and El Grupo Moreno that sang songs in the Spanish and English version and played beautiful music with instruments that included a white and blue shiny accordion. Many Bilingual church congregations gathered at for the celebration with their pastors. The young and old had an opportunity to share their talents. One Christian woman dressed in a black Mexican Zarape sang a Christian song that she wrote about her ministry for the congregation. Two young boys volunteered to get up and sing their favorite Christian Spanish songs. Brother Jesus Arispe lead singer and keyboard player sang these lyrics…. OPEN THE EYES OF MY HEART…LORD….I WANT TO SEE YOU…TO SEE YOU HIGH AND LIFTED UP….SHINING IN THE LIGHT OF YOUR GLORY….OPEN THE EYES OF MY HEART…LORD.{{more}}Ya no vivo yo, Cristo vive en mi. Ya no vivo yo, una persona vive en mí. Una persona mi transformo… Cristo vive en mi….ay dado la vida de felicida….Para vivo yo…Christo vive en me… “Gloria a dios. Que cuantos de ustedes estan gozando con los cantos del Senor? Qien vive? Cristo vive! No sé si estambos doridos o semos libres. Qien vive? Cristo vive!” said Arispe. You are worthy! En tu nombre te le pedimos. No estoy predicando nomas criendo. Pridicto como Christanos necistamos estar listo. “In your name, I we come before you asking. I am not preaching just out of faith. I preach because, like Christians we are supposed to be ready!) According to Brother Arispe, he has come to Abilene ten times, and he has discovered that there is a need and much opportunity to minister to people. He shares that he has been to many other towns, but in Abilene, he has found that people and churches are very united, but more separated. “No qiero ser nomas un bench warmer. Usame Senor. ” Said Arispe. He was led to Abilene to share the word and witness to people. “Aqui está la precensia de Dios. Yo siento en mi Reyno. Dios está en el reyno. Se meve las montanas. En tuy nombre te le piedemos, Jesus. Dios quiere un pueblo unido. Aqui en Abilene, aqu esta la unida.” Brother Arispe said. “Que eso el Senor Jesus antes de la cruz? What did Jesus Christ do before the cross? He was praying to himself before he went to the cross. Jesus Christ went through a lot so you and I could be in unity.” EL GRUPO MORENO sang these beautiful lyrics in Spanish and played the accordion…Soy pligrino aqui en este mundo triste. No tengo hora. Hoy caminado con más alegría tengo…….Quiero luchar para tener lo goza Jesus…Para sufirir, para ganare una corona esta en el cielo. Yo tengo que ganar. Que si eso viene. Lo tengo que ganar…..Siempre el amor de Cristo…Amarte más. Es la bendición. Es la Gloria para viver….Tienes sufirir para ganar a Jesus..Tienes lucharar para poder ganar. The congregation followed along with the bands as they werePart of the the church congregation at Abundant Life Church in Merkel, TX. Photo Frances Gonzalez-Boyd uplifted with the Holy Spirit’s power that was pouring in while the spiritual touched many individuals that night. During part of his sermon, Brother Arispe acknowledged all the pastors that were gathered for the even service and had them raise their hands, and sit closer to the front and next to one another. He next asked if there were any prayer warriors in the service, asking them lay hands on each pastor as he and the whole congregation extended their hands praying for the pastors. “Yo soy Pastor de Juventu. El Senor qiere unirir su pueblo. That is what he wants. He wants humble hearts. El Senor savia lo que eva pasarer. Es una coionfusn que los hermanos Pastoros dan en las congregations.” Said Arispe. Este hermano no si vista bien. Cuando el Señor Jesus Cristo estaba en este mundo, vía confusión. said Arispe. Que la hermana no puedia ser Pastora por que es mujer. Que no dice Senor que unicere. Nobody wants to humble themselves. You want to put some gloves on? Arispe said.Elijio Garcia and Catalina Garcia are the owners of Monterrey Restaurant. Photo by Frances Gonzalez-Boyd After the celebration, a reception was held with covered dishes and refreshments brought by everyone who wanted to share during fellowship. Pastor Serrato invited everyone back for the evening service that is held every Thursday evening at 6PM the same restaurant.