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Happy Fathers Day!

God took the strength of a mountain, the majesty of a tree, the warmth of a summer sun, the calm of a quiet sea, the generous soul of nature, the comforting arms of night, the wisdom of the ages, the power of the eagle’s flight, the joy of a morning in spring, the faith of a mustard seed, the patience of eternity, the depth of a family need, Then God combined these qualities, when there was nothing more to add. He knew His masterpiece was complete and so, He called it Dad.

“A wise son makes a glad father”

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Judas had the best Pastor, the best Leader, the best Teacher, the wisest, the best Friend. And he failed. The problem isn’t the Leadership or the church you go to. If your attitude doesn’t change or your character isn’t transformed, you will always be the same.

Don’t forget the Sanctuary Quartet will be singing at Bethel Church on Sunday night, June 10th at 6:p.m. Everyone is invited to come and enjoy!

Here on Wednesday was Dan and Carol Little from West Monroe and Jerry and Pat Goyne from Mer Rouge.

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Just A Bedtime Thought

Everything that kept you up last night and stole your rest, didn’t go away just because you stayed awake worrying. Worry and fear will keep you up all night, but Faith makes a mighty fine pillow. You may not have an answer for your situation, you may not see a way out, you may feel like your heart is so broken it can never be put back together, But God does! Do your family  and yourself a favor. Give it to God and go to sleep. God’s got this. 

Saint’s Alive host April meeting

Saint’s Alive, a ministry of First Baptist Church, Rayville, met April 30, at the Richland Baptist Encampment at Alto.

President Helen Diamond welcomed everyone. We were so happy to have Erly Ray Bradshaw visiting with us. Anyone 55 years and older is welcome to visit.

If after you visit and you would like to join up, the membership fee is $10. 

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God, Watch over America, lead us all to repentance and total dependence on You!

This weekend is Memorial Day. Let us honor those men and women who put their lives on the line so we can be free. To all the branches of our arm forces, let us say thank you!

“Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal” All gave some, some gave all!

My week of visitors was great! Wednesday brought Gaynell and Catherine Stokes from down on Caney Lake, Dan and Carol Little from West Monroe and Fay Jinks from Dunn. Did enjoy.


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