Tuesday

 Worship the LORD your God,

and his blessing will be on your food and water.

I will take away sickness from among you,

 

Pray for Bill Sellers as he has emergency appendix surgery today.

Pray for Ryan “Rufus” Williams as he moves to Touro for aggressive therapy.

Pray for Jan Yarborough as she has hip surgery at OLOL today.

Please continue to pray for “Miss” Othell Williams who is in North Oaks with a broken hip and a broken shoulder.

 

Read the Bible – Isaiah 55-57 & Psalm 119:129-152

Baptist Pressbpnews.net

Children in Action (Missions) – 6 P.M. Wednesdays

Bible Drill K-5th – 6 P.M. Sundays

 

Finally, brethren, pray for us,

that the word of the Lord may run swiftly and be glorified,

just as it is with you.

~2 Thessalonians 3:1 NKJV~

“To God be the Glory” – I just saw the Canton area church that was destroyed and not one of the people there had a scratch.  May God’s Work be spread because of this incident.

 

“To God be the Glory” this day!

Anna Lee

Monday

Hope deferred makes the heart sick,

but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life.

 

 

Thank God for

  • Rev. Bill Ichter being well enough to return home again.
  • Phillip Strickland, and Carol Jean Conerly making it back home following surgery.
  • Wayne McNabb and Gloria Gill doing better.
  • Rod Smith showing improvement.
  • Faithful caregivers.

Pray for

  • Barbara Hutchinson as she has knee surgery today.
  • Janice Yarborough as she has hip surgery tomorrow.
  • Bettye Fussell as she has her 4th chemo today.

 

Correction – I made a mistake in the zipcode for Phillip Strickland.  The corrected address is 1135 Hwy. 51 N, Osyka, MS 39657.  I know he and his family, like many others, will appreciate your words of encouragement.

 

It’s history!

We had our first night of Bible Drill class night.  Our focus was John 3:16.  Despite the bad weather earlier, we had a great attendance and a great desire to learn more.  We will meet again next Sunday at 6 P.M.  If you have any boys or girls who will be in K-5 next year, we would love to have them join us.  The more the merrier because we are learning how to use and understand our Bibles better.  Thanks to workers who love both the Bible and children!

Study the Bible today! – Isaiah 52-54, Psalm 119:97-128, & video “Kingdom” on jointhebibleproject.com.

 

Baptist Pressbpnews.net

 

And without faith it is impossible to please God,

because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists

and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him.

~Hebrews 11:6 (NIV)~

“Faith is the Victory”

 

Your faith is indeed a victory.  Share it today!

Anna Lee

 

 

 

Sunday

For everyone born of God overcomes the world.

       This is the victory that has overcome the world,             even our faith.

 

Please pray for Gail M. Smith as she has begun brain radiation treatments.  I know she and her family will appreciate your prayers.

Didi Landryl is a friend of my sister, Julie.  Didi has a cancerous brain tumor.  Prayers will be appreciated.

Carol Jean Conerly made it back to Osyka last night.  Pray for her as she continues to recover from knee surgery.

Phillip Strickland’s address is 1135 Hwy. 51 N, Osyka, MS 39657.

 

Read the Bible Saturday – Isaiah 45-48 and Psalm 119:33-64

Read the Bible Sunday – Isaiah 49-51 and Psalm 119:65-94

 

Bible Drill class for children k-5 begins tonight at 6 P.M.

 

Instead, speaking the truth in love,

we will grow to become in every respect the mature body of him who is the head,

that is, Christ.

~ Ephesians 4:15 (NIV)~

Have a very blessed Lord’s Day1

Anna Lee

Saturday

The LORD is with me; I will not be afraid.

What can mere mortals do to me?

Jan Yarborough requests prayer.  She will be at OLOL May 2nd for a hip replacement.  She requests your prayers.

Barbara Hutchinson will also be having surgery, a knee replacement.  Hers will be done May 1.

Gloria Gill will be having a test May 2nd.  Please pray for another lady from our church.

Rod Smith, formerly of Kentwood, “had a stroke on Monday, May 24, and has been in the hospital in Laurel since then.  They are putting in a feeding tube today  (Friday) because he has been unable to swallow – his major issue.  His speech has also been slightly affected but not his sense of humor.  He is still in his preacher mode telling everyone …’what is important is your faith in Jesus Christ’.”

Rev. Bill Ichter, the retired music minister to Brazil and former music director at FBC, Amite, was able to return home yesterday after being in the hospital in Minden because of pneumonia.  Thank God that Bro. Bill improved and will return to his family.

Wayne McNabb went home yesterday with a heart monitor for the next two weeks.  A date for nasal surgery has not been set yet.  The doctors suspect his problem was caused by medication, but are monitoring his heart to be safe.

Phillip Strickland of Osyka was able to  return home to his family yesterday.  Thank God for this big step he has made.

 

While you are praying, please also pray for a new class at FBC, Kentwood.  We will be beginning a Bible Drill class.  Pray the boys and girls learn more about their Bible through our weekly classes.

 

Bible Reading – Isaiah 42-44 & Psalm 119: 1-32

Louisiana Baptist Messagebaptistmessage.com

Waylon Baileywaylonbailey.com

Thom S. Rainerthomrainer.com

 

Thank-you to all who have contributed paperback Bibles to our drive for parish prisoners and to those who have contributed dry beans and rice to our mission project drive for local food pantries.

 

“Don’t look out only for your own interests, but take an interest in others, too.

You must have the same attitude that Christ Jesus had.”

Philippians 2:4-5 NLT, 2nd ed.

“To the Work”

 

God is giving us this day.  Let’s do the work that would please Him.  That is our Christian heritage and responsibility!

Anna Lee

 

Friday

To the roots of the mountains I sank down;

the earth beneath barred me in forever.

But you, LORD my God,

brought my life up from the pit.

~Jonah 2:6~

 

Rev. Bill Ichter continues to be hospitalized with pneumonia in Minden.  His daughter said the hospital staff is talking about releasing him.

Phillip Strickland continues to be in Ochsner and is not home yet.  Let’s pray they keep him until he is well enough to be back at home.

 

Bobby Ray Tigner

 

Read the Bible – Isaiah 39-41 and Psalm 118 (You might also want to look at videos of Isaiah and Holiness on jointhebibleproject.com.)

Bible Drill Class for children in Grades K-5/ Sunday evening at 6 P.M.

Friday Morning Bible Study – Ezekiel 7 Interesting!

Baptist Press – bpnews.net

 

Gospel Music Opportunities the Sunday Evening

  • Lewiston Baptist Church
  • New Zion Baptist Church

 

Mission Project – Bring your bags of red beans and rice to the church so the Children in Action can contribute them to two food pantries.  This collection will continue through the month of May, so you have not missed the deadline.

 

“Those who are peacemakers will plant seeds of peace

and reap a harvest of goodness.”

~James 3:18 TLB~

“Peace Like a River”

Thanks for checking this site and praying today.

Anna Lee