Sunday’s Monday God has been busy this week leading me into situations of divine growth. My week started with the completion of a God chosen handyman project of which I’d never tried and of course nothing went right but God led me right through it. I had the privilege of attending a leadership meeting of Brother Night and I was in awe at the wisdom God assembled around that table (I was blown away). Meals on Wheels had an open house to which I was asked to speak on behalf of
Sunday’s Monday My week has been absolutely rewarding both spiritually and physically. I had a good week working on a very tough project as well a great week conversing with different saints and Brother Night was a blast! Thank you, Open Door Baptist Church for your hospitality and a great service. This week my studies and ponderings has been spent on unity and what that really looks like for all of us (but mainly men). Speaking for myself there are two factors in the way of
This has been a viscous week for me as I have worked a lot of long hard hours. However, it has been very rewarding in meeting new people, connecting with old friends and serving the Senior Nutrition Services on behalf of Meals on Wheels. No matter how tired, sick or whatever, I thank God for His many blessings on Pat and me.
This weeks thought is a hard one for me as it has a personal connotation, plus it seems to be a subject that no one wishes
Sunday’s Monday I have had a very blessed week in that the flu has gone from within me and I was able to serve two days for meals on wheels. My meals on wheels time was bitter sweet as one of my 96-year-old clients went home to be with Jesus the week prior and it hurts but she’s happy, which is what matters. I truly thank God for the privilege He’s allowed me in serving these who have given so much for me to enjoy. Today I’m searching for words to correctly explain that which