Dear LLT Friends,
I write to you today with tears and a very heavy heart.
A few days ago we lost Jeff Wood, producer, director, musician, editor and much more. He succumbed to a bacterial heart infection that had probably been smoldering for weeks undetected. It was a perfect storm of complications. But he had battled his way back from health challenges over and over again so we hoped, prayed, trusted. But it was not to be. God let him go to his rest.
His battle is over, his victory won. We don’t grieve for him. We grieve for ourselves, bereft of his great heart and great talent.
What this means for LLT has not yet been determined. I crave your prayers as we look at our projects, so dependent upon Jeff’s many abilities, and pray about how to move on.
God has done it before – put His work in the hands of someone who knows nothing but is willing (me). God supplied our needs for production with Jeff, our needs for a scriptwriter with Jim. We know He is well able to supply our needs again and still. While it feels like Jeff is irreplaceable, we will trust LLT and ourselves to God’s grace and mercy.
Thank you for holding us up – Jeff’s family, Jim Wood, me and LLT. Your prayers are a most precious contribution.
Until that day when “The Lord Himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God; and the dead in Christ shall rise first; then we who are alive and remain shall be aught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air. And so shall we ever be with the Lord!” I Thess 4:16,17
In the most blessed of all hopes,
PS: I feel as strongly about producing materials on the state of the dead as I did about the Sabbath Project. That great deception, “you will not surely die,” has captured most of the world, and sadly, most Christians. Deceived, ignorant and played upon, they place their hope in lies, listen to demons in disguise, and will ultimately accept a false messiah and lose out on eternity with Jesus. Unless Truth takes the place of falsehood. I want to do our part to warn them!
‘’It is Satan’s most successful and fascinating delusion – one calculated to take hold of the sympathies of those who have laid their loved ones in the grave. Evil angels come in the form of those loved ones and relate incidents connected with their lives, and perform acts which they performed while living. In this way they lead persons to believe that their dead friends are angels, hovering over them and communicating with them. These evil angels, who assume to be the deceased friends, are regarded with a certain idolatry, and with many their word has greater weight than the Word of God.” ST 8/26/1889