Thursday

Many are saying of me, “God will not deliver him.”

 But you, LORD, are a shield around me,

my glory, the One who lifts my head high.  

I call out to the LORD,

and he answers me from his holy mountain.  

I lie down and sleep;

I wake again, because the LORD sustains me.  

I will not fear

though tens of thousands assail me on every side.

~Psalm 3:2-6~

 

Susie Sharkey had her second shoulder surgery yesterday.  The doctor found a lot of damage.  She is not to use her arm for six weeks.  Pray for Susie as she tries to be “good” and patient.

Rusty Williams is improving!  His lungs are clearing of pneumonia.  Keep praying.

Mrs. Peggy Luce (Rev. David Luce’s wife) – Shared by daughter, Debbie

I’m a couple days late in updating everyone about my mother, Peggy Luce. She had another lumpectomy on Monday and 2 lymph nodes removed. She will meet with the surgeon in 2 weeks as well as get results from biopsy on lymph nodes. If that comes back clear, she will take preventative pill. If there is any cancer in the biopsy, she will take radiation. The news is much better than we thought at first, and she is feeling very well. We really appreciate all the prayers and kind thoughts from our friends and family. God has been so good to her and so faithful through this storm! We give all praise to Him! Please continue to keep her and my dad in your prayers!!!

Debbie Miller is now living in room 318 at St. Helena.  Pray for her as she makes this adjustment.  Pray for her family too!

Bible Reading – Lev. 11-13, Psalm 33, and video, “Holiness” (Jointhebibleproject.com)

Baptist Pressbpnews.net

Friday Morning Bible Study – 10 A.M. in Fellowship Hall

Children in Action

The children packed a tote of new toys to go to the children in Petal, MS who lost their homes in the recent tornado.  One of the purposes of Children in Mission is to “Do”. They certainly are doing!  As we circled around the gifts to pray for the children, a first grader prayed over the gifts.  The prayer came from her heart.  It was beautiful!

It is not too late to bring your items for the tornado victims.  Items will be delivered next week.  Get your items in by Sunday.

“Our Best”

 

Give your best today!

Anna Lee