Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Crickett and I give thanks for the simple things of life - for good health, for family, for the call of God in our lives, for purpose in serving Him and for eternal life in Christ. Let us give thanks for our form of government, for those serving in our military promoting peace and fostering justice in this sinful world.
Most of all on this Thanksgiving Day, we remember that the mercy of the Lord is wide, the grace of the Lord Jesus is deep and the love of the Lord extends to all generations. He has taught us to be grateful in any and all circumstances - a tall order. Yet He has also promised that whatever valleys we tread, He goes before us each step of the way. He holds our hands and guides our feet. Thanks be to God.
We begin Advent this Sunday morning in our beautiful sanctuary adorned and prepared for the celebration of the coming of the Lord into our lives. Next year we shall be celebrating Advent in new space and with the same rich grace of our Heavenly Father. Let's make this Advent season the best we've ever known at FPC. We thank the Christmas angels who met Monday morning to prepare the sanctuary for this Advent season.
Grace and Peace,
First Presbyterian Church
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Frank Watson had surgery this morning to remove a small tumor in his chest. He came through surgery and may be able to go home by 1:30 this afternoon. His surgeon did not think it looked like cancer, but of course they will have to wait on pathology reports.
Also, A.W. Jinright is continuing to show some improvement with his breathing issues.
Please continue to keep them in your prayers.
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
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Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Bruce went in for his first radiation treatment yesterday and we met with Dr Holladay. Dr Holladay was very pleased and said everything is outstanding. He is going to check his PSA every couple of weeks and that will tell us our progress. We had our second treatment today and will continue every day for the next 7 weeks. Doing great on the meds for the blood clots. Praise God! Thank you for your support and prayers.