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Jesus continues His message to the church of Pergamos. After introducing Himself as the one Who has “…the sharp sword with two edges..,” Jesus then tells the church that they have held fast to His name, and have not denied His faith.
Filling a church with people means nothing if lives are not transformed. In most businesses, success is measured in numbers: amount of profit, number of customers, volume of sales, percent increase in revenue, etc. In the church, it can be easy to slip into the mindset of measuring success by numbers: number of members, amount of donations received, total square footage of the church building, number of regular attenders, etc.
Hear my voice when I call, O LORD; be merciful to me and answer me. … Do not hide your face from me, do not turn your servant away in anger; you have been my helper. Do not reject me or forsake me, O God my Savior. Though my father and mother forsake me, the LORD will receive me.
HARLINGEN, Texas— The Edinburg Roadrunners dropped the final game of their four-game series with the Rio Grande Valley WhiteWings 3-0 Friday night at Harlingen Field. Coleman Stephens (2-1) kept the Roadrunners off the scoreboard with six scoreless innings while scattering three hits and striking out five.
Edinburg, Texas — Joe Weik went 2-4 as the Abilene Prairie Dogs (6-9) took home a 6-1 victory over the McAllen Thunder (4-12) at Edinburg Stadium on Friday. He singled in the second and ninth innings. The Abilene Prairie Dogs relied on Billy Petrick to eat up innings en route to the win. Petrick (1-0) pitched eight innings and allowed one earned run, six hits and one walk while striking out three for his first victory of the season.
DALLAS, Texas — Jesse Tyrone Chavful, 46, was arrested this week at his place of business in San Antonio, Texas, on a federal criminal complaint filed in the Northern District of Texas that charges conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine and 100 kilograms or more of marijuana, announced U.S. Attorney Sarah R. Saldaña of the Northern District of Texas. Chavful made his initial appearance in federal court in San Antonio yesterday, and was detained pending further court action. He will be transported to the Northern District of Texas, where it is expected that he will appear in U.S. District Court for probable cause and detention hearings. No date has yet been set for those hearings.
A 23 year old man arrested and charged for possession of marihuana in a drug free zone and municipal court arrest warrants; A 43 year old man arrested and charged felony injury to a disabled individual, his sister in law; A 39 year old woman was arrested and charged for assault and family violence against her common law husband; A 24 year old man arrested and charged for possession of marihuana. Click the web site links below to view the Harlingen police department reports.
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Six men have been arrested as a result of an the efforts of a Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) investigation, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced today. The five-count indictment was returned under seal May 23, 2012, has been partially unsealed as the defendants were taken into custody.
AUSTIN – Two Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives were captured in recent days, including a Barrio Azteca gang member arrested by Mexico police and turned over to the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) and other law enforcement agencies in El Paso. Another fugitive with ties to the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas was apprehended by the U.S. Marshals Service in California.
BROWNSVILLE, Texas – Jose Ramirez-Lopez, 30, a citizen of Mexico, has been found guilty of illegal re-entry into the United States after having previously been deported, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced today. The jury returned its verdict after less than two days of trial and only 10 minutes of deliberation.
Ramiro “Ramsey” Muñiz, a former Texas gubernatorial candidate and Texas leader during the Civil Rights Movement, has spent 20 years incarcerated in United States prisons serving a sentence of life without parole. Irma M Muñiz, wife of Ramsey Muñiz, has written to President Barack Obama to seek a meeting in which she will discuss freedom for husband after many years of what she describes as cruel and unusual punishment.