Hello, and good evening to everyone on another blessed Lord's Day here in Reevesville. It's still raining, and it looks like it is going to continue for the rest if this week as well. If it doesn't stop soon, we may have to build an ark. Don't worry, if it comes to that, we'll swat the two mosquitoes.
The Bay Creek sure is up. We sure are lucky to have a levy in place. With all these rains we have been having, Reevesville would be under water without it.
Everyone keep Brother Kelly Parmer in your prayers, as he is down in his back pretty bad. Kelly has always been a blessing to me, and I hate to hear it when folks are down.
The House of Prayer in Reevesville will have a Valentine's Day dinner this coming Saturday at 5 p.m. for anyone who would like to attend. There will be good food as always and great fellowship. I think they settled on salad, pasta and dessert. Come on out.
Something tells me I need to lose some weight. During a recent trip to visit my son and his family, I stopped off at a bakery to pick up dessert. After scanning the display case, I settled on a dozen pound-cake cupcakes. The clerk's pleasant response: "Is that for here or to go?"
Which disciple was it that Jesus told Satan desired to sift as wheat? For the answer to this week's Bible question, turn to Luke 22:31.
Starving after hours of driving nonstop, a man and woman pulled over at a truck stop. While he gassed up the car, she went into the restaurant and placed their order to go. After writing it all down, the girl behind the register asked, "Will that be all for you?"
"No," the woman replied a bit defensively. "Some of it's for my husband."
Like my Grandpa always used to say, until next week, see you in church.