Thursday, December 8, 2016


If you read yesterday's Life with Lynnie (LwL) entry, you'll be aware that I was busy in the evening of last Friday, by attending the Gala.

Saturday was another day when I had a busy evening.

My friend, N called me and invited me to attend her church, here in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.  Here's a link for you to check out The City Church

They were having a church service, then later the men were going bowling, and the women were having their women's monthly meeting.

I thanked N, and agreed to attend.

When I arrived at the church, I was shocked by the music.  Very loud.  But, extremely good!

The service was lovely.  And, the pastor's sermon was a blessing.

After the service, all of us women went into the room where they hold their women's meeting.  I would call it, a fellowship room.

It was laid out with tables and chairs around the walls of the room.  This was so that the middle of the room was empty. 

Whether or not the room looks like this for every meeting, is something I truly don't know.  But, I found out why it was set up this way.

Even though this was a women's meeting, a man joined us. 

The man is a dancer.  And, had all of us join him in the middle of the room.

Step by step, he showed us what to do.  Then, we did it with music playing!

Well, they did.  I found I couldn't physically participate through the whole dancing event.  So, I only participated through part of it.  Then, had a seat and watched everyone. 

I must admit, it was truly lovely and fun!

And, the pot-luck dinner was wonderful!  Thank you, dear sisters!

I admit, I felt relaxed.  And, very comfortable.  Especially, since I saw another lady there, that I had met a couple of years ago!

Thinking of this, brought to mind 1 Thessalonians 5:11, "Wherefore comfort yourselves together, and edify one another, even as also ye do."

Comforting ourselves together was truly edifying.  Just as I'm sure those women do, monthly at their church.

I have to admit, I was so happy I joined them.

Thank you, ladies.  Thank you, my dear friend, N.

And, thank You, Lord!

Until next time...

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