As you pray remember these concerns:
for those who have our sympathy...
for those in the hospital...
for those who need our special prayers...
for those who are celebrating a birthday…
Mrs. Doris Prather (5/8)
Mrs. Golda Huston (5/10)
Mrs. Susan York (5/13)
Mrs Betty Durbin (5/13)
Mrs. Tiny Blake (5/18)
Mrs. Ola Mae Martin (5/30)
for those serving in the mission field...
11 Larry Ballew, partnership advocate, Macau, China
11 Robbi Francovich, Emeritus, retired December 2006
15 Paula Settle, Rural Poverty Initiative, Eastern Kentucky
16 daughter, unevangelized people group, North Africa
16 Alex, 2001, son, Cindy & Eddy, Asia
16 Leela Togba-Doya, 2007, daughter Calandra & Jessy Togba-Doya, Liberia
17 Nell Green, work with internationals, South Carolina
18 Ciera Maas, 2003, daughter, Eric & Julie Maas, Belize
19 Joshua Stocks, 1989, son, Ralph & Tammy Stocks, Hungary
20 Micah James, 1994, son, Nancy & Steve James, Haiti
21 Persian World Outreach, New Jersey
21 Ron Winstead, Emeritus, retired January 2002
25 Rick Burnette, work with Palaung people, Thailand
26 Hunter, unevangelized people group, Asia
Psalm 133 Of David. (A Paraphrase)
BEHOLD, HOW good, how pleasant, how wonderful it is when brothers and sisters get along… When they dwell together in unity!
It is like the precious ointment poured on the head, that ran down on the beard, even the beard of Aaron [the first high priest], that came down upon the collar and skirts of his garments [consecrating the whole body].
It is like the dew of [lofty] Mount Hermon and the dew that comes on the hills of Zion; like the vistas seen from atop a mountain, and the stillness of the sunset, after a long difficult climb.
It is like a shimmering rainbow breaking through a summer rain and the fresh smell of the earth cleansed by washing rain
for the Lord has commanded the blessing, even life forevermore…Love eternal [upon the high and the lowly] upon all who seek peace together.