“Whosoever doth not bear his cross and come after me, cannot be my disciple,” Luke 14:27.
February is here once again with cold and snow and children home from school for a week and a half.
Uncle Troy Clayton’s birthday was the 1st. He is still staying 60.
When it has been so cold I have been staying close by the wood stove and reading a lot. I have read six of Laura Ingalls Wilder books. The first one I read was “The Long Winter.” When I was reading it I thought will we have a cold winter. All the troubles that family had made me wonder how they made it. I tried a western book. Read three or four pages and that was enough of that. I tried “The Shack.” I got the story of the youngest daughter being abducted and murdered, but I get more spiritually enlightened from my Holy Bible. Now I am reading “Ann and The King of Siam.”
Charles McFarland last month went to Honduras. I don’t think he came back with any illness this time.
Last month a man that went to our church at True Hope, Julius Brent, passed on when he was taken to the hospital in Mountain Home, AR. Sympathy to Kelby, his son, and family. His funeral was in Mississippi. Sympathy to the Herbert Porter family and sympathy to Evelyn Witchey on her Aunt Fae Pruett’s passing. Sympathy to a cousin, Danny Coonts family.
Remember you are the only person on this earth who can use your ability.
Have a better week.