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Deanburg is still on the map. It has rained so much that it is a wonder. I hope everyone had a great week.
Please remember Joyce Stewart, Woodie Deming and Kirsten Jones in your prayers, and I would appreciate prayers, too. If you remember I had detached retina with surgery June 5. It has been a real struggle with the blurriness, distortion and pain along with having to sleep in certain positions that have caused me pain and drops four times a day. I am blessed that my sight is good and am just waiting for it to clear up. After it heals, which takes three months, I will have to have another surgery to remove the bubble and oil that was put in. Thanks very much for the prayers.
Remember our first responders, law enforcement and our military and always remember our nation.
Our birthdays this week are my grandson Hunter Ross on July 12; Phillip Murley and our little neighbor Corydon Merridith, who will be eight years old, on July 14; Madison Mays, Kathy Haynie, Isaiah Rudolf, and Macy Cain on July 17; and Mark Landers and Claude Cain on July 18. “May you have all the love your heart can hold, all the happiness a day can bring, and all the blessings a life can unfold.” – unknown
Deanburg Baptist Church wants me to announce that they will have a Christian movie each Sunday night at 6 p.m. Everyone is invited. Sounds like fun, and I know it would be uplifting.
Our pastor at Bethel Baptist Church will be leaving on July 30. He and his wife Christy will be moving to Franklin where she will be working with the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board. This was a surprise to our church and was unexpected to them as well. We will miss them but wish them all the blessings God has in store for them. I know they would appreciate prayers as they make this move and get settled. Also, pray for our church in the process of finding a new pastor.
My Grace: “‘Three different times I begged the Lord to take it away. Each time he said, “My grace is all you need. My power works best in weakness.” So now I am glad to boast about my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ can work through me.’ (NLT) (2 Corinthians 12:8-9)
“Is it a struggle by the end of the day to keep on going? Have life’s circumstances pulled you into survival mode? Perhaps you have health issues that keep you holding on to life day by day. Or you are a caregiver, putting on a strong face, yet crumbling inside while trying to provide. These trials did not happen without a purpose. Loved ones are learning from you and making changes. When you have a hard time seeing the positives of your struggles, remember this, God works best when you are weak. His grace is all you need.”
Thanks for reading my column.
I wish you all a very blessed and happy week! Call me at 879-9777 with your news.



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