Here is Sunday’s sermon for those who follow along on the sermon page.
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PS – You won’t find the word “snarky” in this sermon either
FUNERAL: I did my friend Lorraine’s funeral yesterday and I wore my NASCAR tie. I’m not sure that a NASCAR tie would ever be appropriate at a funeral, but it was at Lorraine’s. She was a cool 85 year old woman. Best of all she was a Christian, but she was also a NASCAR fan and my friend. I never went to visit her that she didn’t make me feel better. She had a gentle spirit and a kind outlook towards everybody. I’ll miss her.
A LONG WEEK: It was a tough week. Two funerals, 5 lessons, a trip to the prison, visits, a trip to Lubbock to visit the hospital, a couple of meetings, a couple of counseling appointments and a bunch of odds and ends. Good thing preachers only work one day a week
CHANGE IS HARD: My old laptop finally died. It was about 8 years old and I’d done CPR on it more than once to keep it going. Now I’ve got a new laptop and the work has begun. Moving all my old files over to my new laptop is not an easy task. This new laptop has the new Windows Vista and I’ve had a few bugs to work through.
MY SCOTTISH ACCENT: My friend Rickey hit me up a couple of weeks ago for some sermons to listen to while he’s on his tractor. He said he’d be spending a lot of time plowing and needed to be challenged while he worked. Had he said he needed sleep I’d have given him some of mine, but since he wanted his toes stepped on I hooked him up with some Billy Wilson sermons. He’s listened to about 9 sermons so far. I think he’s loved them. I think I may have to slip one of mine in, do it in a West Texas Scottish accent and see if he notices the difference. ha