Sep
09
2019

MONDAY, 9/9/19

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

Our friends in Guatemala, Juan Marcus and Lucky, have a daughter, Natalie, who will be undergoing hernia surgery today.  Pray for Natalie, please.

Wow, we were blessed by the Lord with a really good day in our services yesterday.  The proverbial “cherry on the top” was Audrey Everett following the Lord in believers’ baptism to conclude last night’s worship service.  God gives the increase and we give Him the glory!

Our AWANA ministry got off to a great start as we had fifty nine children in attendance.  There was a definite buzz in the air!  Were there some hiccups?  Yes.  Are there some adjustments that need to be made?  Yes.  Did we expect those things?  Yes.  Elizabeth Westbrook, the other leaders and the volunteers took a very positive attitude and are ready for next week.  One of the neat things is that the attendance in our evening service probably was higher than it has been in recent weeks.  Praise the Lord for all of His blessings on our AWANA ministry.

Six year old Jackson Reynolds said to his Uncle Charlie late yesterday afternoon, “best day ever!”  When his uncle asked why, Jackson replied, “because I do not have to go into the auditorium for the service tonight!”  LOL!  Can you say “future deacon?”

Evangelist Johnny Tucker did his usual wonderful job of sharing the Word with us yesterday morning.  While I do not know the amount I do know that you gave a very generous love offering to Bro. Johnny & Miss Judy for their personal use.  Good stuff!

It was very good to see Carol Lucky in our second morning service yesterday.  She and Terry will be in class all week learning about the “at home” dialysis stuff.

Will Reynolds had a maternal aunt to pass from this life last week.  The visitation and service will take place this Thursday morning at First Baptist Bayou La Batre.  Visitation with the family from 9:00AM until the 11:00AM service time.  Pray for the family.

Bobby and the boys were able to salvage one game from the Braves as they won yesterday afternoon.  They can give up on winning the NL East but are in good shape when it comes to the wild card chase.  The Cubs have fallen four and one half games behind in the NL Central but still hold a two game lead for the second wild card spot.  The Dodgers need two wins to claim the NL West title for the seventh consecutive year.

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

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