Weekly Recap: September 20-25

Good morning

As Willie Nelson sings, we’re “on the road again.” We’re on the way to Louisville, Kentucky, where I’m holding a meeting at the Masnlick Road Church.  This is my first post-COVID-19 meeting.  And it’s the first for the Manslick brethren. So, we solicit your prayers for a safe and successful week.

Following this, we have meetings and preaching appointments in Shelbyville, TN, Lexington, KY. Brownsburg, IN, Cosby TN.  and then back to Florida for a meeting at the Coulter Rd church in Brandon in November. You may click here for specifics on our Fall Schedule.

As we’ve done throughout 2020, Saturday’s post is a recap with links to the posts for the week.  This way if you’ve missed one, it’s an easy way to catch up.  Also, it serves as a simple way to share ThePreachersWord with others via email or social media.

Hope you all have a good weekend and a wonderful Lord’s Day tomorrow.

God bless,


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Eight years ago I posted  “The Ordinary. The Common.  The Sacred.   It begins like this:

My facebook friend and sister in Christ, Tami Spidle, wrote as her status yesterday, “Praising God for the magic of ordinary days, for joy in the little moments, knowing His presence is in them all, making me feel complete.”   I like that.  A lot.  It reminds me of the Psalmist’s declaration. “This is the day the Lord has made;  We will rejoice and be glad in it” (Ps. 118:24).  To read this post, click here.






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