Sunday

“Open my eyes, so that I may see the wonderful truths in your law.”

 ~Psalm 119:18 GNT~

 

 

Keith and Lori Rhodes live in the neighborhood near Shreveport where a tornado hit Friday night.  Their neighbor’s tree fell in the street, not on the Rhodes home.  It is also the area where a little two year old girl was killed when a tree fell on a RV she was sleeping in.  Please pray for the people in the child’s family.  Thank God there were no other deaths.

 

 

Locally, a tornado hit north of Amite (Arcola area).  Trees were down and lights off, but no lives were lost.  Thank God for his protection for all the people in our area.

 

 

Pray for my former student, Joanne Seymour, who lived in Amte at the time.  Joanne has colon cancer that has spread to her liver.  Pray for her as she begins treatment in NY.  Pray for her as she travels and for her family as they help her during her treatment.

 

 

Pray for Chuck and Jeanne Tate and their new baby, Joanna, who will have surgery Monday to open a valve in her heart.  I know the family will so appreciate your prayers.

 

 

I failed to mention the Syria situation, but know all of you are aware of what has happened there recently.  Please pray for a good ending to the current problems.  Pray for strong and Godly leadership.  Thank God for those in the military who serve all around the world so people can be safe.

 

 

 

Read the Bible

  • Judges 10-12
  • Eccl. 7: 14-29
  • John 19

 

 

Ladies’ Breakfast at FBC, Kentwood – This morning the ladies of FBC will be treated to breakfast and a speaker before Sunday School.  The gathering begins at 7:45 in the fellowship hall.

 

 

Tomorrow’s Quarterly WMU meeting will be at Montpelier Baptist Church.  First, there will be a leadership meeting at 9:00.  The meeting will begin at 10:00 and conclude with a potluck lunch.  Mrs. Lee McLean and her granddaughter, Heather Miller, will share information about their recent Mission Trip.  I hope you will be able to come and to bring a friend.  Join us as we focus outward in our churches.

 

 

 

Thank-you so much for reading my posts and praying each day.  I’m humbled to have this opportunity to share with you.  Your prayers make a difference!

Anna Lee