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THE HEALING GRACE OF GOD
Psalm 116 – Selected Verses
I love the Lord because He has heard my voice and my supplications. Because He has
inclined His ear to me, therefore I will call upon Him as long as I live. The pains of death
surrounded me and the pangs of hell laid hold of me; I found trouble and sorrow.
Then I called upon the name of the Lord: ‘O Lord, I implore You, deliver my soul.’
Gracious is the Lord and righteous; yes our God is merciful. The Lord preser ves the simple;
I was brought low and He helped me. Return to your rest, O my soul, for the Lord has dealt
bountifully with you. For You have delivered my soul from death, my eyes from tears and my
I will take the cup of salvation and call upon the name of the Lord.
the Passover Lamb Of God – who died for the sins of the world and paid the price with
His own blood for the redemption of lost, hurting, broken humanity. God wants you to know
that He deeply loves you and you can come to Him right now to receive His forgiveness, His
healing, His strength and His amazing grace in your life. God wants to help you. You don’t
Many of you can identify with the person in Psalm 116 because you and your family are
struggling with the same problems. There is hurt and pain and grief in your heart and you
ask Him to help you. He will hear your prayer and He will help you. Read the Bible daily,
ence the peace and presence of God in ever y area of your life. God will keep His Word and
He will bring you out of bondage and oppression.
and I will give you rest.
You have already looked to religion for help, but you have no peace in your heart. You have
tried to get help from men and women but things are the same. You tried alcohol, drugs,
pornography, gambling and crime but things got worse.
and I surrender my life to you. Please forgive me of all my sins, come into my hear t and
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Even in the face of spiralling crime, youth
groups and social clubs across the nation have
continued to advocate to raise awareness about
the ills currently plaguing society and how it
can be transformed to once again bring peace
Only four months old and already on its way to re-
introducing the youth to the concept of family and
togetherness, Club Elantra 868 yesterday held its first
Drive for Peace as hundreds of drivers of Elantra mo-
torcars came together to drive to Tyrico Bay, Maracas
where a massive family day took place.
Speaking about the venture as they gathered along
Independence Square South, Port-of-Spain, club
president Stephen Maurice explained: “We are doing
a drive for peace, a movement of positivity and also
to introduce the club to the wider society.”
“This is not just about cars, style, rims or fashion.
But we are really trying to make a positive impact in
every community that we go into,” he said.
Having started in Trincity, the drivers congregated
in Port-of-Spain before setting off for Tyrico where
their families waited.
Maurice said: “The club is driven by family and we
just want to promote that love and unity.”
Inviting people to join them via FaceBook and IG,
Maurice said the club was not only limited to drivers
of Elantra vehicles but anyone who shared the same
passion and concerns about the youth was welcome
“The club is concerned about the youth and we
want to place some emphasis on them as they are
the future. We want to try to move in a direction to
empower them and we feel if we establish a common
ground within the club which sows family, love and
passion for good things, then the younger ones would
take an example,” he added.
Revealing that the club comprised fathers, moth-
ers, older siblings and friends, Maurice said: “Once
the younger ones can see that atmosphere, they have
something to look up to and be able to direct their
mind in a positive direction for the future.”
Issuing a national invitation, Maurice said: “If you
are like-minded and want to promote something as
positive, feel free to message us and anybody who just
wants to ride along with Club Elantra regardless of
whether or not you drive a Elantra, you are all invited.”
Members of Club Elantra 868, before the start of the group’s first Drive for Peace to Tyrico Bay on the North Coast, yesterday. PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
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