December 1. Last month of the year. Wow!
Did laundry this morning before we went out, and worked a bit on notes for teaching ladies’ Sunday school class.
On the way to get Connie, we stopped at Sandy’s Christmas to get some envelopes. Last of all, we went to WalMart. Today there was a young lady who was very nice and helpful so I did get a computer, wireless mouse, and carry bag for computer. It has been quite a challenge trying to set it up and make it useable! They don’t put things in it like they used to. You have to get most of what you want online. That’s beyond me. Christy is working on that for me now.
December 2. Praise the Lord for a better night’s sleep last night. We did not go out around town today. Stayed home and got some things done here. Thankful to have finished my notes for Sunday. Sent them off to C&C for printing. Wrote some thank you notes to be taken to church. Put into envelopes all the pictures that will be going to PNG and wrote a couple notes to go with a couple of them. Have a few more notes to write yet.
At 6:30, Christy picked us up for church. Pastor Ogle asked Pastor Surrett to speak this evening on Genesis 24. (That’s where Pastor O. had come to in his teaching in Genesis.) It was a good message on knowing the will of God.
December 4. I finished proofreading the Sunday school lessons, had a little supper (not real hungry after a big dinner), made the corrections in the computer file, and sent the lessons to C&C on e-mail so they can print good copies and Connie can make a few visuals. Then I did the dishes.
December 5. Up around 6:00. Had shower. Mel came about 6:40 or so to get Daddy and head out for Georgia. After they left, I got busy making pancakes. Read Bible while pancakes were cooking. Then ate breakfast and had prayer time. Finished up the progress report and went over notes for teaching tomorrow. Got the turkey ready to cook and got it into the oven a little before noon. Fixed an egg with cheese to put on my sandwich for lunch. Shortly after that, Christy and Connie came; and after another little while, Daddy came with our “new” car. After Daddy and the girls ate lunch, we all went out to take a look at the van. Really nice 2003 Honda Odyssey with about 182,000 miles. Kept in very good condition. We praise the Lord for this provision.
“Now the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, that ye may abound in hope, through the power of the Holy Ghost.” Romans 15:13
“God is faithful, by whom ye were called unto the fellowship of his Son Jesus Christ our Lord.” I Corinthians 1:9