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    Don’t lose the boy

  • Old Fashioned Gospel Singing on the Grounds at Dyllis Baptist set for June 24

        An Old Fashioned Gospel Singing on the Grounds will be hosted by Dyllis Baptist Church on Saturday, June 24. The church is located at 530 Dyllis Road in Harriman. Festivities will begin with friendly games of corn hole and watermelon refreshments will be served at 5 p.m.
    Gospel singing begins at 6 p.m. featuring Heather Francis of Harriman Church of God, Abishai TMG of Rock Mission, Grace Hamby of Calvary Baptist Church and Emery and Darby Francis of Mossy Grove Baptist, and many more.

  • Lancing Presbyterian plans Homecoming
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       Do you need a   

        A British publication once offered a prize for the best definition of a friend. Among the thousands of answers received were the following:
        “One who multiplies joys, divides grief, and whose honesty is inviolable.”
        “One who understands our silence.”
        “A volume of sympathy bound in cloth.”

  • Weekly Devotional

    Time well spent

        There’s simply nothing better than spending time in the presence of God. Nothing. As the Psalmist reminds us, “How lovely are your dwelling-places, Yahweh Sabaoth.  My whole being yearns and pines for Yahweh’s courts, My heart and my body cry out for joy to the living God. Even the sparrow has found a home, the swallow a nest to place its young: your altars, Yahweh Sabaoth, my King and my God.

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    Living in the sunshine

        According to the Bureau of Standards in Washington, a dense fog covering seven city blocks to a depth of 100 feet is composed of less that one glass of water. That amount of water is divided into about 60 billion tiny droplets. Yet, when those minute particles settle over a city or the countryside, they can almost blot out everything from your sight.

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  • Coffee With Christ

    Continued from last column

        Maybe you are called to sit and play a game of cards, or read a book with a shut-in or just as simple as being called to listen and maybe hug one who is sad. Or, like in the story of the song, maybe the advice you can give is coming directly from God and can be the one thing that person needs to hear to lift their spirit.

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        Memorial Day is that event during which we remember those who have paid the ultimate price and offered themselves as a sacrifice for their comrades on the field of battle, and their families and friends at home, as well as for their country. And there’s something special about such people, and they certainly do deserve to be remembered, and honored.

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    When you pray...believe