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Friday, September 23, 2005

I thank God for His mercy and loving care for those in the path of the storm. I’m very grateful to all who have joined with them in prayer.

Dr. Burk has offered some wonderful inspiration for all who are watching and waiting.

Many of us will be housebound along the coast while we wait for the weather to clear. I would like to recommend a few excellent articles that offer inspiration or might provoke you to loving consideration.

Not1jot has his pulse on the situation in and around Houston.

Pecheur has offered a series of post which chronicle the experience he and Lady R had while working in Biloxi with Bay Vista Church.

Joe has offered several excellent devotions in his jottings you won’t want to miss and His wife Bonnie has a wonderful story that brought tears to Corry’s eyes.

Kristi and Sophigirl are two of our newest residents in bloggerville and both have already proved to be a great blessing to the electronic community. You can offer your thoughts on good and bad at Rivendell and join in the discussion on Christian relationships at Kristi’s Korner.

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2 Comments:

Blogger jeff said...

I too am thankful for the Christians who have joined together in prayer for those affected or soon to be affected by the storms.

Its amazing how Christians come together when difficulty strikes.

9/23/2005 07:17:00 PM  
Blogger Kc said...

Jeff isn't it great to have such a wonderful family? ;-)

Dr. Burk reported his parents are safe. ;-)

9/24/2005 09:45:00 PM  

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