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Sunday’s service was a very inspirational service. What made it so inspirational? Music, the Word proclaimed, a personal testament, prayer and more music.

Our pastor had invited a friend of his to share with us on Sunday. This friend was Rev. Kenny Williamson, an evangelist, singer and great piano player. He and his wife operate KWM World Outreach, Inc in Dawsonville, Georgia. Their theme is “Reaching the World One Person at a Time.” They travel all over USA and in many foreign countries preaching and doing mission work. More about their ministry later.

Rev. Kenny began the service by singing “He Touched Me,” and “Stand on His Word.” Then, he moved to the piano and we heard what a great talent God has given him in music. He asked the congregation to sing with him, “God Bless America” and “How Great Thou Art.” He read Psalm 46 and made note of verse one “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble” and verse 10 “Be still and know that I am God.”

He gave a very remarkable personal testimonia; how God had helped him overcome some birth problems and given him his remarkable talents in music and a heart for God’s work. His wife was not with him today. She had just returned from China on a mission trip. His closing comment was, “There is no problem in your life that God can’t solve. Pray for one another.”

Amy Tyner was in charge of children’s church today. “Thank you.”

Sympathy is extended to the Edward Ray Edwards family. Melton Manning is still in Wake Med, expecting to come home the first of the week.

Wednesday 7:15 Bible study.

Have a good and Godly week.

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