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My niece Carrie, center, with her son, Tee, and brother, Johnny.
Who’s rolling with the Tide? Roll Tide Roll!
Union Square’s Thanksgiving/Christmas meal meeting is Monday, December 4, at 6 p.m. All neighbors are welcome.
Thanksgiving Day is over; however, not thanksgiving. We have many things to still be thankful for: our family, our church family and our Pastor Chris Hill, a young man sent by God, with a vision. Pastor Hill is truly growing in Christ. God is preparing him for something good and all for His glory! We are thankful.
Rockford Church of God enjoyed a non-traditional Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday after a great worship service. No turkey and dressing; instead we enjoyed some good baby back ribs prepared by Tim Taylor, who is an excellent cook, and all the included side dishes prepared by the ladies. Too much to name, but too good to keep to yourself. “Superb” would be the final and only word to describe the side dishes.
Pastor Ray Franklin fed us the best spiritual food, preaching from Ephesians 5:20 and Isaiah 30:31, “What Thanksgiving Means” and being thankful without using the word “but,” meaning contrary to. Some folks will say to you, “Thank you for whatever” then say “but…” When you say that word “but” you destroy the entire meaning.
Pastor Franklin preached so well. He confirmed things concerning the church and things the Holy Spirit had given me. Butch said to me, “Wow, he seems like he heard you talking last night.” The anointed was heavy on Franklin. He did what he came to do, all for the glory of God, and we thank him. It was a beautiful day for us all.
It was a beautiful family day on Thanksgiving Day at my niece Carrie’s, who has been in the valley for some time and now is climbing to the mountain after going through treatments from breast cancer and other issues. However, God was with her in the valley, and He is still with her now.
She can even cook now, though her sister-in-law Olivia cooked most of the food. Carrie cooked some, and others made cakes and pies, including me making candied yams by request. It was an old-fashioned down-home Thanksgiving gathering.
Happy birthday to all early December babies.
Prayer list: Pastor Ivor Smith and all pastors.
“You might be in the fire, but God controls the temperature.” – Joel Osteen
“Be thankful to Him and bless His name.” – Psalm 100:4
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