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May 27, 2018, 9:00 AM

Old Glory


Here's to the Red of it;
There's not a thread of it,
No, not a shred of it 
In all the spread of it
   From foot to head.
But heroes bled for it,
Faced steel and lead for it,
Precious blood was shed for it,
   Bathing it Red.

Here's to the White of it;
Thrilled by the sight of it
Who knew the right of it,
But feels the might of it,
   Through day and night:
Womanhood's care for it
Made manhood dare for it;
Purity's pray'r for it
   Kept it so White.

Here's to the Blue of it:
Heavenly view of it,
Star-spangled hue of it,
Honesty's due of it,
   Constant and true.
Here's to the whole of it,
Stars, stripes, and pole of it;
Here's to the soul of it:
   Red, White and Blue.




May 20, 2018, 9:00 AM

When the Outlook is Dark Try The Uplook


When the outlook is dark, try the uplook;
   These words hold a message of cheer,
Be glad while repeating them over,
   And smile when the shadows appear.
Above and beyond stands the Master.
   He sees what we do for His sake, 
He will never fail nor forsake us,
   "He knoweth the way that we take."

When the outlook is dark, try the uplook;
   The uplook of faith and good cheer,
The love of the Father surrounds us, 
   He knows when the shadows are near.
Be brave, then and keep the eyes lifted up,
   And smile on the dreariest day.
His promise will glow in the darkness.
   His light will illumine the way.
                                                           Mary B. Wingate




May 13, 2018, 10:00 AM

Through One Mother's Prayer


     An old woman with a halo of silver hair--the hot tears flowing down her furrowed cheeks--her worn hands busy over a washboard in a room of poverty--praying--for her son John--John who ran away from home in his teens to become a sailor--John of whom it was now reported that he had become a wicked man--praying, praying always, that her son might be of service to God. The mother believed in two things, the power of prayer, and the reformation of her son. God answered the prayer by working a miracle in the heart of John Newton. John Newton, the drunken sailor became John Newton, the sailor preacher. Amoung the thousands of men and women he brought to the Christ was Thomas Scott, cultured, selfish, and self-satisfied. Because of the washtub prayer another miracle was worked and Thomas Scott used both his pen and voice to lead thousands of unbelieving hearts to Christ, amoung them a dyspeptic, melancholic young man. William Cowper by name. He, too, was washed in the blood and in a moment of inspiration wrote "There Is A Fountain Filled With Blood." And this song has brought countless thousand to a Man who died on Calvary. All this resulted because a mother took God at His word and prayed that her son's heart might become as white as the soapsuds in the washtub.
                                                                   Mrs. Charles E. Cowman




May 13, 2018, 9:00 AM

Mother's Day


UNITY AND COMMUNITY:
Today is Mother's Day! Mothers play a special role in the world today!. Woodrow Willson said in a speech while he was President of Princeton University that, "The hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world." There have been and are today, mothers that have a great influence on the world. Well, I guess every mother has an influence, some good, some bad. Thank God for strong mothers today who teach thheir children respect, manners, and most of all that Jesus Christ should always come first in their lives. Thank God for mothers who live that in front of their children. Thank God for mothers who teach their children that the Lord and His church are important. Mothers who stand up in the home and tell their children they are going to church, instead of children telling them whether they are going or not. Today at Unity we will look at such a mother by the name of Hannah. One who prayed for a child and also gave her child to the Lord, even to the point of leaving him with the prophet Eli after he was weaned so he could learn the way of the Lord. Their are some special traits we will see about this Mother. Come join us at 10:45 to see what she displays in a mother




April 29, 2018, 2:20 PM

Tomorrow


God is in every tomorrow,
Therefore I live today.
Certain of finding at sunrise
Guidance and strength for the way:
Power for each moment of weakness,
Hope for each moment of pain,
Sunshine and joy after the rain.

God is in every tomorrow,
Planning for you and me,
E'en in the dark will I follow--
Trust where my eyes cannot see:
Stilled by His promise of blessing,
Soothed by the touch of His hand,
Confident in His protection,
Knowing my life-path is planned.

God is in every tomorrow,
Life with its changes may come;
He is behind and before me;
While in the distance shines Home!
Home--where no thought of tomorrow
Ever can shadow my brow;
Home--in the presence of Jesus
Through all eternity-now.

 


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Each week Bro. Dennis Ingle has a short message in the Sunday Bulletin. This “Blog” is made from these bulletin entries and also messages he posts on Facebook.

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