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When Facebook, Twitter and all others shut down, “The Coosa County News” is always up. It never shuts down.
I personally want to thank everyone who supports and contributes to the paper. I appreciate some of the subscribers who are family and friends who live far away, such as Louis and Frank Hill from Ohio and many others.
Special thanks to local Union Square neighbors, and they know who they are, for subscribing to the paper after moving from Florida.
I enjoy reading some of the columns and letters to the editor; especially Mrs. Lattie Hardy’s letter.
I just want to say “thank you” to all of you who play a big part of “The Coosa County News.”
I am shocked that so many people in small towns do not read the papers, or not only the paper, but read period. It hurts to know that.
I read to my children when they were very young, and today they still read. I thank God for that. My oldest son started reading on his own at 2 years old. I can prove it by photos and videotapes.
One night he was looking at the “TV Guide” and began to read everything in it. He got excited when he read about Johnny Carson. He said, “Look, Mom, Johnny Carson comes on at 11 p.m.” At first I thought I was dreaming or he heard it being announced.
I said to him, “How do you know?” He started to read the entire guide. My husband and I were in shock and amazed.
I began to cry tears of joy. My husband went out to tell his friend, brought him in, and our son read to our friend.
If parents would have their children to read at an early age, I believe there would be more people reading today. Reading is important and very educational.
If you are lost and can’t read signs you are in trouble because if you ask someone directions they will tell you anything, and you are are more lost. I pray that people will read more. Even if it’s something you don’t like, you can learn something. You can learn from a fool not to become a fool (written with a chuckle).
I might sound a little boastful today; however, it is all about God. He did it and not me. I love to boast about God, and here I go again.
I am so proud of Butch and what God is doing for him. Butch has truly grown in Christ, and I thank God and give Him all the glory and praise.
Some Sundays ago Butch testified in church of the goodness of God. He began to testify, sing and walked the floor shaking people’s hands.
He was singing the song “I saw the Light” and did a little shout dance, but he quenched the Spirit. However, he praised the Lord like never before.
He made me want to run and shout, which I praised with him. It was an awesome moment. I’ve never seen Butch so full.
Some of the saints teased him later on, telling him that he preached that Sunday. Testimonies are needed these days. We are overcomers through our testimonies.
People, don’t let anyone stop you from giving your testimony and saying what God has done for you.
Happy birthday to Lady Mandy Hill and all July babies.
Happy birthday in memory of Mr. Lewis Scarbrough. We miss you, but know your peace is far better than ours.
Prayer list: Mrs. Charlyne DeBardelaben, Carrie Tuck and all churches.
“You cannot judge harshly, but you can judge fairly.”
Call Ruby at 256-935-1330 to spread your good news.