Union Square – Thankful for God’s continuing goodness
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Thankful for God’s continuing goodness
Nell Glass Ison; born May 18, 1921, in Coosa County; celebrates her one hundredth birthday with family in Florida. Photo submitted
Union Square will have its Neighborhood Watch meeting on Monday, June 7. Come on out to hear and see the good things that are happening in Union Square.
We miss Kenny. He is laid to rest (in “the square”) and is still doing the job he loves, looking out for his neighbors (ha ha).
We had a great Memorial Day and hope everyone else did, as well.
Sunday was a wonderful day at church. Pastor Kenny McDonald did it again, and his lovely wife did it more when she sang praises to the Lord.
Pastor McDonald is a man of faith with a lot of wisdom. You cannot help but to grow under this man’s teaching and preaching.
He is a very great teacher/preacher. His teaching reminds me of things I have learned in the past.
Being able to think back on specific times when God has blessed us can serve as spiritual markers in our lives. These assist us in recalling His goodness and ultimately serve to increase our faith.
These markers help us have confidence that if God provided for us before then He can be counted on to do so again. I thank God that Pastor McDonald’s preaching reminded me of God’s goodness.
We all need to be reminded of God’s goodness and how He has blessed us. Think back on 2020 and know God has blessed all of us who are still here.
Woo, I feel chills over me thinking of the goodness of God and how He has blessed my dear aunt Nell for 100 years. She is the last one of my mother’s siblings (Katy, Gracie, Helen, Frank, Isaiah, and my mother, Beatrice). They are all together waiting for the time that Aunt Nell will meet them. They were all a precious family, and I loved all of them very much.
Aunt Nell Glass Ison was born May 18, 1921, in Coosa County and moved to Florida some years ago where her granddaughter Stephanie and grandson Andra live.
They honored her with a surprise dinner and much love shown through other family members. Although some came to celebrate, they were few because of the pandemic. Many saw it on the internet live on Facebook. It was a beautiful, beautiful occasion.
The family loves you, Aunt Nell. Happy birthday to you again.
On our prayer list: Pastor Ivor and Lady Rochelle Smith, Fred and Mary May, Pastor Terry and Lady Vickie Hicks, Brandi Cousin, Bernard Johnson, and Robert Johnson.
Happy birthday to Paula B. Hamilett, Rayford Crayton and to all early June babies.
I am thinking of you, nurse Diane Brown Mitchell, and we love you always.
“There is no substitute for Jesus.”
Call Ruby at 256-377-1098 to spread your good news.