August 2021 Newsletter
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July 28, 2021
When you get to the end of your tether and your energy seems to have gone
When you’re weary and wonder whether it’s worthwhile to keep struggling on
When the fire has gone out of your spirit, and your armor has fallen apart,
Let go and let God do the fighting, be still in your heard and your heart.
When the music goes out of the morning and you cannot keep pace with the drum
When the flowers in the garden stop smiling, and the birds do not sing when you come
When the sun never peeps through your window and you look for the rainbow in vain,
Ask someone to help and to heal you, let God take the brunt and the strain.
When you get to the end of your courage and there’s nothing much more you can do,
Try folding your hands for a moment and try letting God’s guidance get through.
Life can’t be altered by worry, stop trying to push it your way,
Just let the Good LORD take over, you’ll find that things change when you pray!
NEEDING OUR CONTINUING PRAYER
Terry Colston [nephew of Fred Rhoda, on liver transplant list]]
Dr.Jim May [cousin of Pat Wahls]
Trent Nelson [Natashia Nelson’s father-in-law]
Carla Nobis [at Good Samaritan Home]
Thom Palmer [high school friend of Pat Wahls]
Roger Shiflett [at the Nursing Home in El Paso]
Jalene Wollford [grade school student at St. Mary’s, Pontiac]
Please notify Joy if anyone could be removed from the Prayer List.
Men’s Breakfast will be held at the Chenoa Family Restaurant on Thursday, August 5th, 8 AM. The breakfasts will be held every other Thursday. Mark your calendar.
Thank you for the outpouring of love and support at Jim’s memorial service. A special thanks to Anna Schmidgall and other kitchen helpers.
The Erdman Family