2019 November 10 Sunday

2019 November 10 Sunday in Liberty Hill, Texas

little warmth for today before we take another dive beneath the freezing line.

ood news though, we will not be remaining below freezing. It’ll just be a couple of nights. After all, we still have about 6 weeks ’til winter officially begins. And only 44 days until Christmas. Got your shopping done? Have you thought out foregoing an extravagance our two and donating cash, time, or talent to help the less fortunate? There are many good charities and some not so good. Before you give money, find or what percentage goers to those in need and how much goes for salaries and organizational costs. Personally I like UMCOR because 100% of my gift reaches the mission or ministry of my choice. All salaries etc. are paid by the people of the United Methodist Church.

ore good news, the sun came out from under the clouds today. Hello, Sunshine, where’ve ya been?

astor John Saint’s sermon for today was taken from the same section of scripture (Luke 20:27-38) that will post tomorrow on my Musings Devotions blog. He titled his “God of the Living” and my devotion is titled “My Father’s Business”. This should be posted by 5 a.m. Monday November 11, 2019.

God bless and g’nite.

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