SATURDAY, 7/6/19

“Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee.” (Psalm 119:11)

Bobby Broome and Ann Clark’s niece, Angela, passed from this life around 8:00PM last night.  Arrangements pending.  Pray for the family.  I think I remember Randall saying she was forty six years old.

Matt Everett has done an excellent job of keeping me updated on his father’s condition.  Yesterday, the sent Mr. Everett home where he will now be receiving his care.  Please continue to pray for Matt’s parents, Matt, Jennifer and the family.

My dad was admitted to the hospital yesterday morning.  He has been diagnosed as having Clostridium difficile.  He was very dehydrated.  He is now on a liquid diet.  He is also highly contagious.  Prayers appreciated.

Regular schedule tomorrow morning and evening on our campus.  Deacons meet at 5:00PM.

Well, we survived the fishing expedition yesterday.  First, I have to say “thank you” to Edd Gillespie for being such a gracious host.    I had not been snapper fishing since 2012.  (Wonder how many times Joey, Johnny Five and Grant have been since 2012?  I am not bitter!)  At any rate, we caught our limit of twelve red snapper, one black snapper and one king mackerel (Edd).  How did Bob do?  He did great as he caught three red and the black.

Let me clarify a couple of things.  Bob is the only adult I have ever been fishing with who wore arm floats.  Yes, they had the new Avengers on them but they were arm floats nonetheless.  Said he felt safe with them on.  Edd had three deck hands – James Gregory, Wyatt Bosarge & Ty “Little Ray” Roberts.  The deck hands would hook the fish, reel it in almost all of the way, and then hand Bob the rod & reel so he could “catch” the fish.

I never touched a piece of bait or a fish all day.  Wyatt baited my hook and removed the two fish that I caught – talk about nice!

However, I did learn something from Wyatt.  His father, Joey Bosarge, also goes snapper fishing regularly.  Never been invited to join him either!  I also had to let Little Ray know that his grandmother dips but does not spit – he was amazed!

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

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