It is always sweet to have Warren return
safe and sound after a journey.
He came home to a houseful last night.
There was an excellent turnout for our
Good Friday Small Group here.
We started by reading the account of Jesus'
last Friday before His Crucifixion.
We read about fulfilled prophesies
that happened one right after the other during
those brief hours...
We read about His death.
Then we sang.
We sang about His sacrifice on our behalf.
The songs were somber but beautiful in harmonies
until they built in praise and adoration of the
Who willingly took all of our sin upon Himself
and the volume grew as the people rejoiced in what
has been accomplished for those who believe!
We found ourselves singing many songs
bursting with Alleluias!
Some even requested by the
young ones in the group.
Finally, we prayed!
Oh, the outpouring of thanksgiving that
flowed from the mouths of the people.
It went on for quite a long time...
it did not seem very long.
There is such beauty in Praise!
After the final Amen, the food came out.
We enjoyed sweet fellowship.
I had made a huge pan of Monkey Bread.
It is nearly gone.
At some point during this time
Warren walked in the door.
It was so good to see his smiling face.
I also like his big bear hugs.
Today I will be in preparation for Easter
Sunday and our Sunrise Service and Breakfast.
I have some shopping to finish up and need to
figure out how I am going to make the pancakes
in our rented facility. I want to have chocolate
chip and blueberry pancakes as well as plain
freshly made for all to enjoy.
I am hoping I can dig out an electric griddle or
Also on the menu are:
Juice, Milk and Coffee
Should be yummy!
I'll be out looking for beautiful
plates and napkins because
food just tastes better when it is
If you are in the Lancaster area
you are invited.
Email me for location and times.
Oh, this is a long post.
I just seem to have so much
to say every day...
Must get that from my Daddy.
I'll be posting one of his Easter
It is long...but very worthwhile!
Blessings on this day, my friends.
I am rejoicing that:
Tabitha is home from the hospital.
Warren is safely home from his trip.
Mikey has shown no signs of head injury
after his fall.
The Lord is Good...ALL THE TIME!