I first heard David Parker speak at a Worship Chattanooga event a few years ago. I was inspired by his message, and thrilled to find out that such a man as this was leading an effort to help Chattanooga turn to God, partly through The Nehemiah Project that he started. I believed David was going to greatly help our city, and felt led by the Holy Spirit to add him to my daily intercessory prayer list.
I attended a class David taught, "Putting on the Armor of God" (Ephesians 6:10-17), and there I determined that he is indeed a sincere, knowledgeable Christian brother, who has been wonderfully refined by the Lord in the Lord's furnace, and that basically, David just wants to do good. Because of his testimony and encouragement, I have been applying his teachings in my daily prayer life, and I believe that this has been a substantial part of the reason I have been significantly more victorious, in Christ, since that class. I never imagined that night years ago that David would end up helping me turn closer to God in such a direct manner.
I believe God chose to bless Chattanooga by having David start Covenant Transport, and that this is one of the ways God is funding David's ministry in the Kingdom of God, and this is one reason I am in covenant with Covenant Transport. I believe his best days; as well as Covenant's, are in their future.
Now is the time for David to know that the series of 3's God put in his life points him to Jeremiah 33:3, "Call to Me and I will answer you and show you great and mighty things, fenced in and hidden, which you do not know (do not distinguish and recognize, have knowledge of and understand)." (Amplified)
May God continue to richly bless David Parker and Covenant Transport.
Have a Blessed Day, in Christ,
I believe VW is going to do well in Chattanooga.
I hope they continue to make such great cars.