Apostle Marco Llinella
Marco is a South American apostle to the nations from Lima Peru who has preached the gospel in over 30 Nations. Marco has been a language translator for Marcelino Salazar from Lima Peru, Dr. David Owour from Kenya Africa, Keiko Fujimori the Presidential candidate for Peru in 2011, Marilyn Hickey from Colorado Springs USA, as well as working for the Frank Graham Evangelistic Association. Marco works as a coordinator and organizer for Dr. James Dobson’s ministry to children throughout South America. Marco Bridges the the mountains of Religion, Business, Media and Government on three continents and throughout South America. Marco is the Pastor and founder of Foundation Christian Ministries in Lima Peru where he resides with his wife Malena and his four children. Marco moves in the miracle healing ministry of Jesus Christ with signs and wonders following the preaching of the Gospel. Marco is a member of the Apostolic Team of International Apostolic Ministries and has strategic regional influence in many parts of the world. You can find out more about International Apostolic Ministries or (IAM) here: www.iamtheway.org
APRIL 2012 — Last month I went to a friend’s wedding. As part of the preparation, I had my hands and feet painted with henna. My friends loved the design, and were thrilled that I was participating
in this part of their culture. But far beyond the cultural aspect of painting my hands, was the spiritual effect. For two weeks, every time I adjusted my glasses, touched my bangs or even just
moved my hands in everyday activity, my eyes were inevitably drawn to the flowers on the palms of my hands. And as my eyes were drawn to my palms, Isaiah 49:16 would come to mind, and I began to understand in a fresh way what God was saying to Israel – and what He says to us, His children, today. Israel was in trouble. They thought that God had forgotten and abandoned them. To show Israel He could never forget them, He said “See, I have written your name on the palms of my hands.” (Isaiah 49:16) Just as my eyes were constantly drawn to the palms of my hands hroughout the day, reminding me of my friend and her wedding… so also God remembers us and thinks of us. God’s character does not change. When I am lonely, discouraged, afraid, uncertain or just too tired to stand, I can rest assured that He holds me in the palm of His hands. Thankfully, God’s inscriptions don’t fade, and His presence is constant. May we daily put our trust in the One who treasures us so much that He has inscribed our names on the palms of His hands.
“See, I have written your name on the palm of my hands.” —Isaiah 49:16