On this the fifteenth day of November 2019 I am thankful for our fourth born child, our second son Philip.
Philip was born in Springfield as was the first and the third child. He is married to lovely young woman name of Sarah Joyce; and they have three beautiful daughters. They live in the State of Arkansas, the town of Booneville.
He is the pastor of at least one church, and has his own business as a financial adviser. He loves God in His Son Jesus Christ, His wife, and their three daughters.
So Lord, I do thank You for giving him to Madge and I, and thank You for the great things he has brought into our lives.
Thankful from the banks of Flat Creek,
And Justice has been served. If the Grand Jury would have decided with public pressure, or emotion there would not be justice.
They did however base their decision on the evidence and testimony they were given. Justice has been served.
Let us all be part of the human race, grieve with the family who tragically lost a son; and grieve with the city of Ferguson, MO for the trials they have experienced by mob rule, and the great injustices done to local businesses and people.
Let us also pray for the peace of all who are not at peace.
My how wonderful is the grace of God. We have been studying grace in the book of Galations on Wednesday evenings at Carr Lane Baptist Church where I am pastor.
Without grace I would be forever condemned in sin and darkness. I would be lost. Thankfully our Creator sent His Son Jesus Christ to die on a cross in my place, become my sin, take the wrath which I deserved, died, was buried and bodily arose from the dead. Because of that wonderful gift of God; there is no more condemnation in my life; but only grace.
My future is brighter, because of God’s gift. My future is assured, because of God’s gift. My future is blessing, because of God’s gift of grace.
“Grace, Grace; God’s grace. Grace that is greater than all our sin…”