First of all I found out about a situation that needs our prayers over at Sis. Meghan's Site. Please go here to read about it and to know what to pray for. As I was reading the posts the Lord let me know that this could very well have been me and my family. Although my situation wasn't the same it was similar in that there was opportunity for accusation. My youngest daughter Michelle was very clumsy growing up. We always said she would trip over lint if there was any on the floor. Our entire family knew this about her. And we've had her to the doctor more than any of our children for injuries inquired just from her being so loose-jointed or from just being clumsy. The doctor would always ask us how it happened and we would tell them and they had this look in their eye of "Yeah...right!". Knowing how this world we live in today and all that takes place in it I always waited for a call from DFACS (Department of Family And Children Services) or a visit from them to check our home and/or how our children were treated. But thanks be to God that never happened. Well it has happened to Bro. Joshua and his family. Please earnestly pray for them and that God's will would be done in the situation. And pray as if it were you going through it.
Second of all...it is campmeeting time again. My daughter Kristina and I always (Lord-willing) go to the June campmeeting and the August campmeeting in Resaca, GA at Faith Baptist Camp. The August campmeeting starts tomorrow at the campgrounds. Kristina and I will be leaving after our afternoon service tomorrow to head to the campgrounds and will return on Saturday morning around noon. That being said I won't be posting on my blog for a week. I will miss each of you and will be catching up on your posts when I get back home. Please pray for us that we would get the help the Lord has for us there and that we would be receptive in our hearts to the preaching of God's Word while we're there. We'll be enjoying much singing, preaching and Christian fellowship while we're there. Please pray the temperatures would lower and/or that it would rain while we're there. The August campmeeting is typically the hottest one and the most uncomfortable temperature wise than any of the meetings. But God is usually faithful to grant us some relief and I pray He'll do it again this year.
Y'all have a great week and keep the comments coming. They really are an encouragement to my heart and a blessing to others as they read them. Y'all are what keeps me going with this blog...especially when I get discouraged about it and just don't feel like messing with it. Yes I get that way too just as some of you do. So these breaks that I get are needful for me. I love you all and will be in touch when I get back home!!