Northeast Christian Men's Ministry
Invented by Michael Grimm (picture at right). 
Serving men all over the Northeastern Part of America. 
Aiming to grow and bring Christian Men together from all Christian backgrounds.
This in answer to our Lords final prayer before the cross that 
"they would all be one".  
It is an open and free expression of our faith for those mature enough.
Come to one of our events. Check back here for times and dates.
On May 3, 2021, at 1:48 PM, Michael Grimm <brothermichael24@gmail.com> wrote:

May 3, 2021

Brother,

I hope and pray all is well with you and your family today.

Don’t worry about anything, but in everything, through prayer and petition with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God. – Philippians 4:6

When we are bombarded with uncertainty, we have two choices.  We can worry, or you can pray. God invites us  to bring our fears, anxieties, and worry to Him.

The Christian’s secret power is prayer.  Prayer can be directed across the country and arrive in an instant. Prayers can be time delayed, so it goes off at just the right moment. Prayer brings the glory of heaven into the mundane of life.

When we pray, we step into heaven and bring our request to the King of Glory. God has promised to hear our request and answer.

Unfortunately, sometimes we fail to use this secret weapon God has given us.
Instead, we choose to worry, fret, and be anxious about what were are going through. We carry the weight of the world on our shoulders instead of allowing the Lord Jesus to carry it for us. 

Prayer is the demonstration of our faith. Until we pray, our faith is just talk. Prayer brings our faith to the forefront and invites God into the situation we face.

This promise commands us to pray about everything.  It doesn’t mean we walk around with our heads bowed and eyes closed. It might mean a short prayer spoken under our breath as we enter a meeting, or a silent prayer when we find ourself in the middle of a conflict.

When we pray about everything, we don’t worry about anything. When we pray about nothing, we worry about everything. 

Prayer is the cure for worry. If we want to overcome worry and anxiety, then pray about everything. Let whatever we are worrying about, or whatever makes us anxious, become the prayer list we bring to the Father. Let every anxious thought be a call to prayer.
As you continually bring every worry to the Lord, we will soon find our faith growing, and our worries disappear. 

As a really awesome Brother told me this past weekend, "When the prayers go up, the blessings come down."

Please join me in prayer, “Dear Father, we admit that we often forget that you are always with us.  Help us to live one day at a time. Help us to not worry about tomorrow but instead focus on what you’re doing in our life right now. We want to trust in your promise to take care of every one of our needs — financial, relational, physical, social, spiritual, and emotional. Help us to trust you more and worry less.  We ask all of this in Your Holy and Precious Name - AMEN.

Have a blessed and safe day and week.

STAY STRONG Today, Tomorrow and ALWAYS.

Also, Brother please remember I am there for in thought, prayer and action - 24x7.

Love Your Brother and Friend in Christ,

Michael
215-272-2740

PS   I encourage you to join our Zoom meetings.  The next one will be this Thursday (5/6) evening starting at 7:00 pm. 

These Zoom meetings are open to Everyone.  It's been an awesome blessing to talk, share, now see and pray with other Brothers.

Below are the details. Join your Brothers from all over the world  as we all strive to get closer to HIM and to each other and become BETTER men of God today, tomorrow and always.

Join Zoom Meeting - Just click the link below

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84950156389

On Apr 26, 2021, at 9:07 AM, Michael Grimm <brothermichael24@gmail.com> wrote:

April 26, 2021

Brother,

I hope and pray all is well with you and your family today.

"I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us." - Romans 8:18

“God, how is my physical or mental pain be a part of your plan?” Have you ever found yourself asking this question at 3:00 in the morning crying out desperate for an answer? If only the thoughts would stop. The thoughts whispering bitter nothings. You are not enough. All is lost. You’re broken and lonely beyond repair this time. God is not enough. These thoughts surround your heart at the cracks waiting for the next hit giving them room to force their way in and take over.

Life can be disappointing. Unfortunate circumstances, good intentioned actions gone awry, words left unspoken among many other circumstances; life can be dreadfully disappointing.

Failed relationships, job layoffs, harsh words spoken over our life, and suicidal thoughts are just a few of the things that may keep us awake at 3:00 in the morning moments looking for relief through our tear-stained life lens. The only thing each of these situations had in common was hope. Hope that our tears would stop. Hope that our hearts would heal. Hope that we would get to the other side of the pain. All we have is our hope. We can't allow our to get stuck in those moments. We have and should press on. Trust me when I tell you it wasn’t that simple, but it was all I had. I couldn’t see how, but I knew He would help.

Brother, the nights may seem long right now, but there is hope. We might not see how, but we know Who. There’s hope found in the promises of God. God sees the nights we’ve tossed and turned. He is watching as we walk through the valley of the shadow of death. He knows every trap the enemy has set tripping us up. Every hurt, pain, missed opportunity, disappointment, everything we have messed up, and beyond.  There’s hope because if we woke up today, God is not finished writing our story. Every day is a plot twist waiting to unfold.

Our story will tell of how He turned our sorrow and pain into joy. Beauty for ashes. Life over death. Strength for weakness. And then, we’ll walk into a new chapter. Stronger, wiser, renewed, redeemed, better and bearing scars that tell of how we were stronger than what tried to take us out. 

Instead of praying now I encourage you to listen and watch the following video and let this be our prayer today.

https://youtu.be/cVHrkYBEgFM

Have a blessed and safe day and week.

STAY STRONG Today, Tomorrow and ALWAYS.

Also Brother please remember I am there for in thought, prayer and action - 24x7.
Love Your Brother and Friend in Christ,

Michael
215-272-2740

PS   I encourage you to join our Zoom meetings.  The next one will be this Thursday (4/29) evening starting at 7:00 pm. 

These Zoom meetings are open to Everyone.  It's been an awesome blessing to talk, share, now see and pray with other Brothers.

Below are the details. Join your Brothers from all over the world  as we all strive to get closer to HIM and to each other and become BETTER men of God today, tomorrow and always.

Join Zoom Meeting - Just click the link below

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84950156389

Correction on Brother Steve Cohen:
We misunderstood Willie, Brother Steve's younger son and I received the following email yesterday:
This is Jonathan, Stevens older son, he's not in hospice he's in the hospital because he's having lower intestinal issues. He's been on fluids and stabilized, and has a procedure tomorrow to remove fluid buildup. He will be going from the hospital to assisted living while we get the house more suited for his care. He is still fighting his cancer and he has not given up yet. Please continue to pray for us