Today’s Bible reading - Judges 8:18-9:21 Luke 23:44-24:12 Psalm 99:1-9 Proverbs 14:9-10
Today is an important day in the life of our nation as the Supreme Court hears oral arguments relating to same-sex marriages. My family and I gathered at 8:00PM last night and prayed for God to do what He alone can do in this situation. Pray fervently!
As far as I know, Herbert Benefield was discharged from the hospital yesterday. I visited him yesterday morning and he was waiting on all of the necessary things to be done before going home. I told him to let me know if anything changed and I did not hear from him.
The medical folks removed two liters of fluid from the lungs of Dave Sellers’ mother yesterday. They are still trying to determine the exact cause of this fluid.
Vera Bosarge’s sister, Juanita, is not doing well again. She is not in the hospital but continues to have difficulties.
Maria’s mother remains in a Louisiana hospital.
Courtney Cavin’s dad, Calvin, has been having some issues with an infection in his back. He has lost a significant amount of weight and he was a thin guy to begin with so it is not weight he needed to lose. He spent a couple of days in the hospital but is home now.
Prayer meeting tonight from 5:00 – 7:00PM. Come and go, come and stay, just pray! Enter/exit via the West side door, please.
TNBA tonight at 7:00PM.
Amber Joyner has Krispy Kreme doughnut coupons available and is also offering to make a Krispy Kreme run this Sunday morning if anyone is interested. The proceeds will go toward the upcoming mission trip to Guatemala with part of them helping to build a house. You can contact Amber at 751 4408 for more details or to place an order.
I received a very nice t-shirt this past Sunday night from Nolan. It is in memory of his son, Kooper. I got to wear it to the ballpark last night. Nolan’s nephew, Josh, did the artwork and it is impressive!
Lisa received a bag full of tomatoes this past Sunday night from Charles Grant. You talk about good eating!
Basically all of the downed limbs are now on the burn pile thanks to Bob Evans with an assist from Nanette Fontenot’s brother, Jimmy. John Milton will take care of the fallen tree and then the place will be ready to mow again.
Spent an hour or so in the garden yesterday morning. If nothing happens to change it, will soon be harvesting squash, cucumbers and green beans. Hope to get some dirt and fertilizer around my corn late this week – it is on life support! Hope to plant the skips in my okra too.
I pray that you will have a great Tuesday with Jesus.