TUESDAY, 2/14/17

“As each one has received a special gift, employ it in serving one another as good stewards of the manifold grace of God.” I Peter 4:10

Today’s Bible reading – Leviticus 15-16; Matthew 27:1-26

I am about to drive to Pensacola in order to catch a flight to Ft. Lauderdale, FL in order to visit with Pastor Terry Rainey.   Lord willing, I will catch a return flight tonight and should be home by midnight.  Why Pensacola?  Could give you literally hundred$ of reason$!  Looking forward to seeing Pastor Terry and hopefully being able to minister to him and his daughter, Shannon.

Tina Wilkinson remains in the hospital.  Her oxygen levels continue to remain too low for the doctor to send her home.  (Personally, I think she is “milking” this thing but that is just my opinion!).  Pray for Tina!

Ruby Gulley was doing much better yesterday.  She “thinks” she will be home in about one more week.  She looked and sounded good when I visited yesterday.

Jack Davie was moved from the hospital to a rehab facility yesterday.  It is my understanding that he will be in rehab for a few weeks.

Jack’s daughter, Lisa, did receive another chemo treatment yesterday.  That is a good thing as it means she was strong enough to do so.

John Curl is having surgery this morning.  Pray that all goes well.

Greg Boutwell remains at home but certainly needs our prayer support.

The funeral arrangements for Miss Helen Ruth Brinkman are as follows:  visitation this Friday, 2/17, from 10:00AM until the 11:00AM service time followed by burial in the Grand Bay cemetery.  The visitation and service will take place from our church auditorium.  Keep praying for the Brinkman family.

The memorial service for Vera Bosarge’s brother, Dan Vesper, will take place this Friday, 2/17, in Athens, Alabama.  Her other brother, Mose, continues to battle a sickness so pray for all of the Vesper family.

My Aunt Alice Gettig in Michigan was taken to the hospital yesterday.  Looking at a the possibility of a pace maker.  I would appreciate your prayers for her.  Thanks to my cousin, Tony, for the heads up!

The attendance at our prayer time basically doubled last night over the previous three Mondays.  Thank you to those who are faithful to pray!  (I miss Pam Lewis as she is one of our most faithful prayer warriors.  She continues to be with her mother who continues to need our prayers!).

The host families are to have the children from the choir at the church this morning at the assigned time.  Again, thank you to each host family.  Also, thank you to Rita Broome & Amy Huhn for providing supper for the leaders last night.  (Folks, it could have been much worse as in Kim French & Amy Switzer being the cooks – just saying!).

My older brother, Eddie, is celebrating a birthday today.  How old?  Just barely a year older than me.  (We are not as close in age as the Moates girls, Lisa & Teresa, be we are not far behind).   My parents celebrated their birthdays this past Saturday, 2/11.  Dad is now eighty one and mama is seventy eight.

Regular schedule tomorrow morning and evening.  Lord willing, I will be teaching in the 10:00AM and 6:30PM services.  Hope to see many folks present.

I pray that you will have a great Tuesday with Jesus!



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