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We closed in a prayer, especially for America, and I left to go to my brother-in-law's church.
I arrived at Ward Memorial and entered sanctuary. It was decorated with a patriotic theme, and a veteran gave a demonstration of folding flag, and read what folds mean, and what flag is all about. We had thirteen veterans present, including me, and all of us read a portion of tribute to flag. The congregation sang "America", and prayers were prayed. The preacher preached on Daniel Chapter 9, about Brother Daniel interceding in prayer for his beloved country. The main idea of message is how we need to pray for our country, troops and leaders. It was a very uplifting and moving service and I had honor to offer closing prayer. The presence of Lord was strong.
We then went to social hall and had dinner and fellowship. It was a wonderful time in this little church. There were almost 100 folks there.
I cam home, took a nap, and then went outside to pick my tomatoes. My sister drove up in her golf cart and we talked about several things, including state of affairs within our country. I picked my tomatoes, and then went to pick a few ears of sweet corn. As I washed off my fresh picked vegetables, I thanked God for blessings on me, our land of liberty, and fine family he has given me.
This is just a portion of my Sunday..I thought I would share.
2005 Irvin L. Rozier aka walkin2e
Author of My Walk with the Lord, www.selahbooks.com, various other articles and poems (do a google or yahoo search on my name), preacher, retired military