Wednesday

“I thank my God upon every remembrance of you,

always in every prayer of mine making request for you all with joy,

for your fellowship in the gospel from the first day until now.”

~Philippians 1:3-5~

Please begin to pray for those who live in areas that are flooding.  Some people had to leave their homes during the night.  Now, they are wondering what is happening there.  Pray for peace for them and the assurance that their family is safe even if their home is now.

Mrs. Magdalene Ford’s surgery went well.  She should be home in about a week.

Mrs. Linda B. Williams is home with her new pacemaker.  She is thankful her problem was found and taken care of.

Pray for Ruby Schwartz as she undergoes tests to determine what needs to be done to help her.

Pray for all the people who continue to have colds, coughs, flu, and bronchitis.  All these seem to have hit hard in our area.  Many people think they are better and then relapse.

Dan Turner continues to improve.  Yesterday, he took a wheelchair ride to the area where the helicopters land and take off – the area where he got on those helicopters to help people who needed emergency care.  That should have been fantastic motivation for him to get better.

Pray for the Houeye and Miller families as they bury loved ones on this rainy day.

90 Day Bible Reading

Exodus 29:1 – Exodus 40:38

Story to share with your children or grandchildren

Trash to Cash

http://www.imb.org/main/give/lmw/Story.asp?StoryID=8788&LanguageID=1709

 Baptist Press

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Don’t let the rain get you depressed.  Think of something you can do to encourage someone else .  You can call a neighbor, bake something to share, check on someone who is hospitalized, etc.

Anna Lee