“For I am convinced that neither death nor life,

neither angels nor demons,

neither the present nor the future,

nor any powers,

neither height nor depth,

nor anything else in all creation,

will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.”

~Romans 8:38-39 NIV~

Pray for my lifelong friend, Frances Ann Davis McElveen, now of Hillsdale.  She played the piano in Roseland before I did.  We were in band together, etc.  She is a sweet lady who has cancer.  Pray for her family as you pray for her.

Pray for a rather new friend, Dana Hendry, of Kentwood.  She has had problems with vertigo lately.  Sunday, she really had a bad spell.  I think many of us can relate to that.  Dana has a young, large family that depends on her.  Dana’s biggest complaint is that she missed church Sunday morning and evening at East Fork.

90 Days of Bible Reading: Day 40

Psalms 25:1 -Psalms 45:14

World Hunger: The Whooping Woman


Baptist Press


Continue to pray for those having a hard time with flooding and those who are emotionally “down” (depressed) because of the continue weather.  Pray for those in the Hattisburg area who were affected by the tornado.  Rest assured, Southern Baptists are there to help them “get back on their feet”‘  Pray for all who have been adversely affected by the weather lately.

Pray for our country and our world.  It seems there is more bad news than ever before.  God is calling us to him.  Let’s pray it’s not too late for America.

Thanks for praying.  Your prayers mean so much to so many.  May God bless each of you in a special way today.  

Anna Lee

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