I have always loved spring because that is when I refresh my plants and choose new ones to try. Fall is a change from the HOT weather of summer. It comes in a strong second choice.
Better than both spring and fall put together is when Jesus comes back and I can live in heaven. Surely God has a beautiful environment for my heavenly home. I wonder….
Dana Hendry requests prayer for one of her daughters, Ferrin Grace, who has been hospitalized and given a number of tests to determine the cause in the change of her health. She’s home now and waiting for test results.
I do not have an update, but assume Clint Smith is making a normal recovery from heart surgery. He’s in Ochsner on Jefferson Blvd,
Many of you know of Louis Ruffino. His home burned last week. He is having some heart procedures. He recently lost his mother and cares for his sister., Rose. Pray for him to feel God’s presence as He walked beside Louis during this stressful and uncertain time. Louis has requested your prayers. May he look up to God during these struggles.
Paul David King
October 26, 1967 – September 28, 2022
Paul David King was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on October 26, 1967 to Leonard and Pamela King. He was married for 26 years to Lisa McKean King. He was blessed with three children: Josh McKean, Victoria Lewandrowski, and Tyler King as well as his favorite daughter-in-law Shonagh McKean and favorite son-in-law Jeff Lewandrowski. David had three siblings: Marie (Chuck) Featherston, Debbie (Joe) Bond, Michael (Angela) King. The lights of his life were his grandchildren, Natalie and Olivia McKean, and he was recently celebrating the news of a third due in May 2023. He had countless aunts, cousins, nieces, nephews, and adopted family that he also loved dearly. A man of many careers and talents; he was a nurse, farmer, iron worker, fisher, hunter, snake-lover and relocator, caretaker, educator, and handyman. He never met a stranger and never found a problem he couldn’t fix either with his hands or his humor. Services will be this Sunday, October 2nd with visitation at 1PM and a small ceremony at 5PM. They will be held at McKneely Funeral Home, 110 E. Factory St., Amite, LA 70422. There will be no internment. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.
(Many of you may know Lisa, David’s wife, who is a home health nurse.)
READ AND WRITE SCRIPTURE
September 30 – I Thessalonians 5: 19-24
Today, let’s focus some of our prayer time on the people of Florida who are recovering from Hurricane Ian and the people of South Carolina as they are visited by the same hurricane as it moves further north.
Thank-you for praying today.