If you read Life with Lynnie (LwL) yesterday, you'll know that I worshiped with two (2) church groups, on SONday!
You'll also know that I mentioned that there was a couple of people that I had seen every week at the morning service, but I hadn't seen them in a few weeks.
I saw them on SONday, at the afternoon service I attended at the Bible Community Church (BCC)!
In the past, I thought they were a married couple. After all, we hadn't discussed their situation in the past. But, I found out this past SONday, that they are actually brother and sister! Wow! :)
After the BCC worship service, dinner was available to everyone who decided to stay and have dinner..
I did. Just as I had done in the past.
But, since the BCC group had actually attended the Santa Claus parade in Windsor, on Saturday this past weekend, and had handed out about 1,000 papers relating to our Lord, many, many, many people also attended!
Not just the couple I mentioned earlier. But, there was also three (3) Muslim families, who attended!
For this, I was truly thankful! Hallelujah!
Hopefully, they will attend, again!
How many people attended and stayed for a delicious turkey dinner? About 65 people!!!
The number of people attending was far more than I had ever seen in the past, when I worshiped with BCC a few years ago. Hallelujah!
As you can probably realize, I was truly happy! And, was thankful!
This brought to mind, Psalm 30:12, "To the end that my glory may sing praise to thee, and not be silent. O Lord my God, I will give thanks unto thee for ever."
Amen! My glory may sing praise to thee and not be silent. O Lord, my God, I will give thanks unto thee forever!
If you had attended, you may have been surprised at what Pastor Brad Mayer preached. His sermon was entitled, What Would Jesus Say... To Santa.
I realize that many people may not have liked having that subject as a sermon, but I did. And, so did everyone else there!
After all, like I said earlier, some of the people who attended, had actually attended the Santa Claus parade, here in Windsor, on Saturday, November 25th.
I must admit, it was truly a blessing.
Yes, I was thankful and happy that the sermon actually had the same desire, as what I wrote about in a blog entry that I wrote in the past, here for LwL, but won't be posted until just before Christmas!
For this, I was truly thankful. Not just to Pastor Brad Mayer, but also to God!
Thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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