Thelma Keyes

Wouldn’t it be great to spread a good virus?

Good Morning / Evening!
“Let your love be sincere: hate what is evil, but hold fast to what is good. Love one another with brotherly affection, giving precedence and showing honor to one another. Never lag in zeal and in earnest endeavor; be aglow and burning with the Spirit, serving the Lord.”
If all of us started with a Godly attitude, it would catch hold and spread like a virus. Wouldn’t it be great if we could spread a good virus?
On Sunday night I saw brotherly love and friendship shown in a great form at a benefit program for Rev. Derrick Lucious at Abundant Grace Temple in Forest, Ms. Evangelist Somer Moore was the Mistress of Ceremony and did a glorious job. The evening was a success as the presence of God flowed through songs in the whole building. We love you Rev. Lucious and it doesn’t end at the close of the program but is forever!!
We are in continued prayer for the sick & shut-ins everywhere.
Our prayer list; Charles Bradford, Sheila Hunt, Joel Hunt, Rev. Ronnie Whittington, Rev. Neal Keeton, Ethel Coleman, Shirley Townsend, Jerry Haralson, Terry Moncrief, Eugene Odom, Tad McDonald, Mary Denson, Rev. Derrick Lucious, Marietta Spivey, Bobby Joe Harrison, Joe Townsend, Mack & Minnie Roberts, Tracy Barbagala, Mary Smith, Resia Young, Mary Sturkin-Stowers, Paul Terry Reed; and all their caregivers.
Prayers of comfort and peace for the Harrison/Reed; Sturkins/White; Stiles/Patterson; and Lucious/Watts families.
If you feel the urging to do something nice for anyone this week, “Just Do It”! There is a blessing on the way!!!!
 

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