Monday

From yesterday –

Thanksgiving, Day 27 – I’m thankful for the cooler weather so we can enjoy different foods. Yesterday, I made vegetable beef soup. Today, I enjoyed shrimp gumbo.

Enter his gates with thanksgiving

and his courts with praise;

give thanks to him

and praise his name.

~Psalm 100:4~

Thankfulness, Day 28 –   Today, I want to say that I always appreciate those who agree to take on responsibility when a need is presented to them.  They are dependable, so once they agree to do something, you can count on them.  Even better than that, I appreciate those who don’t have to be asked, but who can see a need and volunteer without being called upon.  I know God surely wears an extra big smile when they “volunteer”.

 

Ann Trappey asks for prayer or her family.  Ann’s sister, Helen Lilly, who was the primary caregiver for their mother is very ill.  Ann’s mother is recovering from another broken hip and running out of time at the present location.  Pray for Ann’s brrother as he tries to work out some things to help their family situation.  Sometimes, families carry many burdens at one time and the load seems so overwhelming.  Your prayers will me a lot to this family.

Debi Bales and her family need special prayers for their mother who is in Landmark Nursing Home.  I know your prayers will be appreciated.

 

Scripture WritingPsalm 118:25-29

Baptist Pressbpnews.net

 

Give praise to the LORD, proclaim his name;

make known among the nations what he has done.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ~1 Chronicles 16:8 (NIV)~

“Praise Ye the Lord!”

 

Homebound Video Ministry – Start-up will be delayed by one month due to technical issues.

Lottie Moon Christmas Tea – Sunday at 2 P.M. at FBC, Kentwood.  Come enjoy some lady time, enjoy the mission emphasis, hear some music from each of the churches, and sample some afternoon treats!  All ladies, from 33-103 years, are encouraged to attend.

 

Enjoy this day the Lord has planned for us today.  I’m sure that, no matter what, he has a real “treat of a day” ready for us.

Anna Lee