MONDAY, 2/24/20

“So, as those who have been chosen of God, holy and beloved, put on a heart of compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience; bearing with one another, and forgiving each other, whoever has a complaint against anyone; just as the Lord forgave you, so also should you. Beyond all these things put on love, which is the perfect bond of unity. Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, to which indeed you were called in one body; and be thankful.” Colossians 3:12-15 (NASB)

Miss Dollie Trout remains hospitalized.  Keep praying!

Ethan, Brittney and the boys arrived in Grand Bay just before 1:00PM yesterday.  They are doing “good” all things considered.  They will get more information today as to how to proceed with the arrangements.  Keep praying for the Ethan Nelson family.

I love the music ministry of our church!  The Lord blessed and we had a baker’s dozen folks join the adult choir yesterday during our 10:30AM service invitation.   I thank Charles Grant for leading the way!  These folks made a seven weeks commitment and will be part of the Easter musical at 10:30AM on Easter Sunday which is April 12.  My hope is that even more folks will join the choir and that we will have a packed choir loft that morning.

By the way, our Easter schedule will be Sunrise service, worship at 9:00AM and worship at 10:30AM featuring the choir musical. We will not have an evening service that day.

I want to say “thank you” to my wife, Lisa, daughters, Dana & Gina, and their friend, Steve, for taking care of feeding the men from the Mission of Hope yesterday.  There were around fifty men present and they were served in about five minutes.  Their meals consisted of burgers & fries from McDonald’s, a canned soft drink, and a slice of Lisa’s homemade pound cake.  The men seemed genuinely thankful.

Let me say a good word about the McDonald’s in Grand Bay.  I went and talked to the manager, Barbara, on Saturday about a “deal” on the meals and then called later and placed the order with a young lady named Jessica.  They both were very accommodating.  When Lisa went to get the food yesterday morning she said that the employees there could not have been any nicer or more helpful.  It was a most pleasant experience for Lisa.  So, “thank you” Grand Bay McDonald’s!  Ray Kroc would be proud!

Thank you to Bro. Abel and the workers who took the students late night bowling last night.  I am sure they had a good time.

We were blessed with a good day in our services even though we were missing a good number of our regular attenders.  Obviously, having the men from the Mission present was a big help.  I appreciate Becky, Jeanette, Kim, Levi & Randall being flexible in the morning services.  I felt the Lord blessed.  To God be the glory.

Found out last night that Joey Bosarge is retiring.  This is his last week on the job.  I was surprised as I did not think Joey was that old.  I knew that Bibbi was getting on up there in age. . .  Congratulations Joey!

The forecast calls for rain today and in the morning.  That will be followed by six days of really nice weather i.e. mild temperatures and low humidity.  Maybe I can get some seeds in the ground this weekend?

I pray that you will have a great Monday with Jesus.

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