Brandon the weatherman said this morning that we are losing two minutes a day of daylight. Summer is on the way out and that means fall and winter is on the way in.
Saturday the 24th Danny and Beth Maloney (my son) from Sparta came down and cut a tree down that fell in the back yard. They brought me some melon and tomatoes.
Kenny Hunt mowed my yard Monday then he and Norma came down a couple of days later and vacuumed my house. I really appreciate their help.
Tony Richards worked on our road and filled the pot holes. I told him it is like driving on I-44.
All of us appreciate whoever is responsible for grading road 436. It is in the best shape that it has been for a long time. That road is traveled a lot so it won’t stay like that for long.
Matthew Jenkins and Whitt Reed came down and put a new switch on my garage door opener. Those two guys are doing with with there garage door business.
We’ve been watching Danny and Mark Davis put a new roof on their garage there in Goodhope. They picked some hot days to work on it. Danny says he thanks the Lord for no one getting hurt because that roof is steep.
I was glad to see Laverne Hall in church yesterday. Jerry, her husband passed away a couple weeks ago. Also I was glad to see Lynn Clayton in church. Larry came home from the hospital last week. He will be starting his treatments tomorrow. Our prayers are with him and the doctors.
We were happy to see Mike Woodall back in church yesterday. He had surgery a couple weeks ago. I understand he won’t be able to go back to work for a while.
There was 85 in attendance yesterday at Goodhope General Baptist Church. Susan Adams sang a beautiful song and Cindy Winslow also sang a beautiful song. We always welcome Cindy to our church anytime. Pastor David Welsh’s message was out of Rev. 3:14. S
Sunday evening he preached from Luke 16:14.
Ray and Brenda took the youth to Branson after church Sunday. They ate lunch at the Golden Corral then they rode the bumper cars. They got back for evening service. Sounds like they had fun.
Psalm 138:8, “The Lord will perfect that which concerneth me: thy mercy, O Lord, endureth forever.”