It's been a while since I mentioned worshipping, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL).
You may/may not be aware, this past Sunday I joined my church family, to worship. And, attended Bible study, before our worship service.
Like normal, it was a wonderful time of honouring God. In spirit, in truth, and with music!
I was even wished Happy Birthday! Thank you, my brothers and sisters in Christ. May God bless each of you, who were loving towards me.
The Lord's Day, a week earlier, on Sunday, November 16th, I didn't worship with my church family.
Instead, as I mentioned in another LwL entry, I crossed over the border, to go worship, in Michigan, USA. Here's a link, so you can read about what I posted, previously: http://www.lifewithlynnie.com/2014/11/always-abounding.html.
Going to Bloomfield Hills Baptist Church (BHBC), I crossed through the Windsor-Detroit Tunnel. On my way back home, I crossed over on the Ambassador Bridge, from Detroit, to Windsor.
Why did I do both routes?
Well, it was because the tunnel made a closer trip to drive to where I was going to worship, at BHBC, where Dr. Donald McKay, a previous pastor of mine, now leads in worship. And, I arrived on time!
For this, I was thankful. You see, even though I had given myself extra time to make my way to BHBC, it took some time for me to cross the border.
Unlike many times in the past, I was asked many questions by the border crossing/immigration officer, who spoke with me, and allowed me entry into USA. Many more questions, than I've ever had, before!
Afterwards, I used a different route to drive back to downtown Detroit.
Instead of crossing across the border through the tunnel, I made my way over to the US Postal Service building on Fort St.
It was there, where I mailed Christmas cards to some friends and family.
This is not far from Joe Louis Arena. And, not far from Mexican Town Restaurant... my favourite Mexican restaurant anywhere near where I live!
It's been said to me, that it is rather dangerous to be driving in Detroit. Especially, being alone.
But, I am not afraid. I trust God. I trust Him, for everything in my life.
Much like we read, in Psalm 56:4, "In God I will praise his word, in God I have put my trust; I will not fear what flesh can do unto me."
I praise Him. And, His Word.
My trust is in Him.
I will not fear. And, did not fear. Even though those areas near Mexican Town aren't what most people would think as being rather safe.
For sure, I enjoyed my dinner there. But, I also brought home food for me to enjoy in another meal. :)
All in all, it was a day that was truly a blessing to me. Thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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