“We don’t know everything,
and our prophecies are not complete . . .
Now all we cansee of God is like a cloudy picture in a mirror.
Later we will see him face to face.
We don’t know everything, but then we will, j
ust as God completely understands us.”
~1 Corinthians 13:9, 12 (CEV)~
Yesterday, my procedure was delayed so we didn’t get home as early as we expected and I didn’t post as planned. All went well for me. The anesthesia lasted longer than last month. I got an hour and a half nap when we got home and felt better after that. Thank-you for your prayers.
I learned of these deaths:
Mr. A.J. Harris of Baton Rouge – father of Susan Belgard of Chesbrough
Mr. Ted Lewis of Lewiston
Mrs. Norma Muse of Kentwood
Mrs. Mary Young Miller of Kentwood
Fay Harling Liuzza
February 15, 1939 – November 13, 2021
A resident of Amite, LA, passed away on Saturday, November 13, 2021 at her home. She was born February 15, 1939 in Booneville, MS and was 82 years of age. She is survived by her husband of 46 years, Jack V. Liuzza; 1 sister, Betty Harling Travis; 2 aunts, Luna Pace and Jeannie McCreary; nieces , Tracie Travis Ryan (Scott), Missy Liuzza McAllister (Luther), Cathy Liuzza McAllister (Roland), nephews, Herman Travis, Reid Travis (Allyson), Christopher Liuzza (Connie), David Liuzza (Stacey), Anthony Liuzza (Brittany); numerous great-nieces, great-nephews and great-great nieces and great-great nephews. Preceded in death by her mother, Alice Sandifer; step-father, Lewis Sandifer; father, J.C. Harling; brother, Jonnie Clay Harling; nephew, Peyton Travis; great-niece, Jessie Travis. Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, from 8:30AM until religious services at 11:00AM on Wednesday, November 17, 2021. Services conducted by Fr. Mark Beard. Interment Amite Memorial Gardens, Amite, LA. Pallbearers will be Eddie Guidry, Gary Stanga, Luther McCallister, Anthony “Fuzzy” Liuzza, Reid Travis and Jerry Rispone. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.
Barbara Irene Sowell Miller
October 02, 1946 – November 14, 2021
A resident of Amite, LA, passed away on Sunday, November 14, 2021 at her home in Amite, LA. She was born October 2, 1946 in Amite, LA and was 75 years of age. She is survived by her 2 sons, Michael Smith and wife, Melissa and Clint Smith; 4 grandchildren, Laken Lee Dufresne, Shelby Wilkinson and husband, Shawn, Alayna Smith, Mazzy Smith, and Linkin Smith; 4 great-great grandchildren, Rylin Wilkinson, Wyatt Wilkinson, Baylor Wilkinson, Hayes Wilkinson and Brayson Dufresne; brother, Allen Sowell, Jr.; nephews, Allen Sowell, III and Darren Sowell. Preceded in death by her parents, Allen Sowell, Sr. and Irene King Sowell. Graveside Services will be held privately. Services conducted by Rev. David Cutrer. McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.
Read the Bible Chronologically in 2021
November 16th Readings
1 THESSALONIANS 1:1-5:11
November 17th Readings
1 THESSALONIANS 5:12-28
2 THESSALONIANS 1:1-3:18
Thankfulness – Day 16
I am thankful for those in the medical profession. Even though many of us have chosen other professions, we count of those in the medical profession. As we have gotten onder, David and I have done so more often than in the earlier days. Sometimes medical professionals help to identify problems and make us more comfortable. Sometimes they save our lives!
Thankfulness – Day 17
Today, I am thankful for all the people who work behind the scenes or simply do jobs that are not medical, but are necessary for the medical facilities to run smoothly. They might park your vehicle, greet you at the door, help you to do computer check-in, clean the restrooms, deliver food, prepare food, roll you out to your vehicle, cut the grass, trim shrubbery, wash the linens, sweep and mop floors, fill water containers, man the front desk, give out masks, and many other behind-the-scenes, but necessary, jobs.
Operation Christmas Child: Today will be our third day to function as a drop-off location for our area. What a blessing it is to help all the shoeboxes get packed in cartons and ready for their next destination. We received 779 shoeboxes Monday and 106 yesterday. Today, we will be receiving boxes from 3:00-5:00 P.M.. We appreciate our “regular” volunteers and those who are serving for the first time this year. There is a job for everyone.
May you have a blessed day!