Walk in the way of love,
just as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us as a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God.
Mrs. Mildred Birch is back at home and back connecting to Kenwood and beyond through her computer. Her faithful family is providing for her needs, but a phone call, message, card, or visit is always appreciated.
Pray for Mrs. Shirley Dick, formerly of Kentwood. She has several health issues. She fell recently and broke her him. Surgery was yesterday; it went well. Please pray for her healing now. Also, pray for her daughter, Renee, who cares for her.
Mrs. Ruby Dillon is doing better. She is thankful to be off the oxygen. She and Mr. “Cete” enjoy little visits like mose homebound people do.
I received a message this morning asking us to pray for Operation Christmas Child today, the quarterly day of prayer. Pray for the needs to be known and people with hearts to fulfill the command to do missions. Pray for the children whose lives will be impacted by a box full of needs, toys, and the story of Jesus.
READ AND WRITE SCRIPTURE TODAY (I made a mistake yesterday and gave you the Scripture for the previous day again, so today I am including Scriptures for two days, yesterday and today.)
May 3 – Ephesians 5:2
May 4 – 2 Samuel 22:28
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