Israel, you have seen so much, but what has it meant to you?

~Isaiah 42:20, GNT


Rebels never take notes.


It would make sense to make a note of what does not work and especially that which leads to destruction and disaster but Israel refused to see what was happening to them. Isaiah said, “You have eyes but you don’t see, ears but you refuse to hear. God has made you feel the force of His anger and to suffer the violence of war. Like a fire, His anger burned throughout Israel but you never knew what was happening; you learned nothing from it all.”

You may find this statistic hard to believe but 76.6% of prison inmates are repeat offenders.An unbelievable 56.7% are arrested and incarcerated within the first year of their release. If I had to do a week in prison, I guarantee you, I wouldn’t spit on side walk once I got out: the last thing I would want is to return to prison.

Some years ago, someone studies the history of Israel during the period of the Judges and came up with what we call the CYCLE OF SIN. Slavery, Israelites cry out to God {Prayer}, miraculous deliverance, peace and prosperity, sin and rebellion, apathy and indifference, oppression and persecution, then back to slavery and bondage. America is somewhere between indifference and oppression which means persecution will be next.

What do you call a person who refuses to learn from their mistakes? Dumb, stupid, hardheaded, rebellious, proud, slow, a dimwit or dipstick! One thing is for sure, he or she is not bright.


  • Tom Bennich, a friend of DBC, was promoted May 27, a little after 4:00 PM. Tom hadhis bags packs and was ready to go. If ever I saw a man homesick, it was Tom. Most of us are thrilled when we wake up from a surgery: I got the feeling Tom was disappointed. I talked to him a couple of times earlier in the week and so did Joe David, we both thought he was going to make it. Mrs. Edith wanted him to pull through and so did we but the LORD and Tom had something else in mind. On the way back from the hospital June said, “Tom is going to be missed.” The first thing I thought of was LUKE 14: it will not seem right without Tom. He was the most Mission Minded man I’ve ever known: He loved his church [1st Hartselle] but he didn’t stop there, the loved DBC and many more. There is no telling how many mission trips he made or how much money he gave away–truly, only the LORD knows.
  • Well, we got started on our visitation and had some great visits but didn’t get a lot of ground covered. We appreciate Rebekah and David feeding us last night. Rebekah served a delicious meal and we got to see their new house. This is twice this week that we have got to see a new house. Also had delightful visits with Vanda and Bobby, Bruce and Sandy and with Roger. Dot wasn’t home so I can’t count that one. You could help me out by giving me an appointment, especially those who work in the day time.
  • One service only Sunday: 10:15 am.


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March 29, 2016



We can rejoice when we run into problems and trials, for we know that they help us develop endurance and endurance develops character, and character strengthens our hope …And this hope will not lead to disappointment

~Romans 5:3-4


Disappointment is God’s way of saying, “Be patient, I have something better.”

Disappointment is the feeling of sadness or displeasure that comes when our hopes or expectations are unfulfilled. Sometimes we cover our disappointment for the sake of others but there are times when we are visibly shaken. In any human relationship, disappointments are going to happen, they are unavoidable. I don’t like to be on either end, the disappointing or the disappointed but I know it happens.
What’s the solution? Well, I don’t think we are going to be able to live a life free of disappointment but their are some key adjustments we can make:
  1. Understand that only Christ is completely trustworthy. The higher your expectations of people, the greater your risk of being disappointed.
  2. Deep disappointments sometimes lead to great revelations. We had an example in our LCBS lesson last Sunday. Mary and Martha were deeply disappointed in Jesus for not responding to their request immediately. They were hurt and they could not hide it. Jesus did not scold them but He did give them something better, they expected a healing but He gave them a resurrection.
  3. Disappointment hurts because it is so personal. What is deeply disappointing to you may have no affect on those nearest to you. It is one of those pains that only Jesus can understand. This is what makes a personal relationship with Jesus vital: He always understands. I learned years ago that disappointment can lead to heartbreak but if you aren’t careful, you will get a greater heartbreak from the indifference of those that you thought really cared.

The thought reminds me of a Baptist hymn, “Tell It To Jesus.” 

Are you weary, are you heavy hearted?
Tell it to Jesus, tell it to Jesus.
Are you grieving over joys departed?
Tell it to Jesus alone.

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  • We have a prayer request…We desperately need VBS workers. Many of the school teachers are unable to work due to Summer programs. The school system is killing us. Our culture values education more than faith. Very few people will put church before school and this is sad. Pray to the LORD of the harvest, that He would send workers into the fields that are white. The most prosperous field for evangelism is children.
  • I didn’t check our attendance yesterday but it was no where close to a record. We may have had a record in Sunrise but not the kind we would want. We did have more than usual and I thought the praise and worship was awesome. Joe David’s message was very good and I thought we would have some decisions. I know one thing, God is working. 
  • I have an 85 year old woman that we will refer to as Mrs. C. I went to share with her son [an old middle school class mate] Saturday’s a week ago and I noticed her listening and afterwards showing interest. I carried her the Billy Graham book, WHERE I AM last Saturday and I am supposed to go back in two or three weeks and discuss it with her. Buford’s conversion has given me more confidence. I really believe God may be at work in this woman’s heart.
  • This Sunday is SENIOR ADULT DAY with special guest John and Joye Tucker. We are going to have an old fashioned service with piano and organ. We will also have SWAMP JOHN’S for lunch. David and the band get a much deserved rest. This is just the am service.



“Awake, O sleeper, rise up from the dead, and Christ will give you light.”

Ephesians 5:14, NLT


Indifference is the strongest force in the universe. It makes everything it touches meaningless. Indifference is more difficult to conquer than hate and hostility.

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Sleep is often used in the bible as a symbol for spiritual laziness, apathy and lethargy. Jonah would have slept through a tempest had not he been awakened by the ships captain. Matthew Henry said of Jonah, “The devil had rocked him to sleep in carnal security.” The disciples slept on the Mount of transfiguration and again in Gethsemane.

How could Jonah sleep through a tempest? How could the disciples sleep while Jesus was in deepest agony? How do we sleep while America continues to kill babies by the millions? We sleep through the storm because we are indifferent; spiritually, we are lethargic. Comfort is more important to us than morality.

What would it take to wake a sleeping church? A voice perhaps. My father use to wake us up with Isaiah 60:1, “Rise and Shine.” He also jerked the covers off and grabbed your big toe. Deprivation can awaken us. I go to bed hungry in order to control my weight but get up around 1:00 am for a Klondike bar, then about 3:00 for a cheese and cracker or some pickled okra. Deep hunger can awaken us. How bad do you want a REVIVAL? Catastrophic events like earth quakes and tornadoes can wake us up. The destruction of the World Trade Center was a wake up call but we rolled over, hit the snooze button and went back to sleep.

You may have heard the story about the mom waking her son on Sunday morning:

Mom: “Son you need to get up.”

Son: “Why?”

Mom: “Because you need to be at Church.”

Son: “Why do I need to be at church?”

Mom: “Because you are the pastor.”


  • We received word that Carmen Livingston passed away yesterday evening. I was on the road and did not get in until 9:30 last night. June told me to look at my phone and the message was there. I visited Carmen last Sunday evening. He said he was tired of living and was ready to go but I did not expect his departure to be so soon.
  • This has been the busiest week of my life and I am exhausted. The reason there was no Blog yesterday was that I was exhausted when I got home on Monday night. I had to sit on the front pew last night and rest a few moments before driving home. My nephew offered to drive me but I couldn’t let him do that.  Bro. Tim called and talked me home. They had one Profession of Faith last night in a JBS. This has God written all over it!
  • I think several people have forgotten that I will not be a DBC tonight, I will be finishing up at Sardis Springs. Shohn needs a van driver and it cannot be me. Joe David has his plate full and it doesn’t need to be him. If you can help, call Shohn.

Gary, Keri and Kane


October 21, 2015



They [disciples] still didn’t understand the significance of the miracle of the loaves. Their hearts were too hard to take it in.

Mark 6:52, NLT


I’m just fine, thanks for not asking.

~T. L. Morris


Someone once said, “The only way to be happy in this life is to have low expectations of people and learn to be insensitive.” A lot of doctors are unable to show emotions because they deal with sickness and death everyday and they have learned to repress their emotions: it is a defense mechanism. It is not just doctors who put up a shield to protect themselves, preachers [disciples] do it also. I see sickness, heartbreak, rejection, death, grief, divorce and addictions constantly. I have very few days where I don’t encounter someone who is hurting.

Sometimes I get worried about Jack, is he becoming insensitivity. We don’t have to tell people “We don’t care,” they can see it in our body language and our actions. In yesterday’s bible reading, I came across to three verses about insensitivity and two are about Jesus disciples. In Mark 10 Jesus tells the Pharisees that Moses permitted divorce as a concession to their hard hearts. Later in chapter 10, Jesus is telling His disciples about what will take place in Jerusalem: He will be handed over to the Gentiles, mocked, spit upon, flogged and crucified. He had no more than got this out of his mouth when James and John asked for seats of honor in the kingdom. It is mind bobbling how insensitive we can be!

People forget a lot of things but they do not forget how we made them feel. Remember the guy who got robbed, stripped and beaten half to death in the story of the Good Samaritan: what hurt him most, the clubs of the robbers or the indifference of the priest and Levite. We don’t expect criminals to care but we do expect religious leaders to care. The Priest and Levite did not!


  • Big Mama had foot surgery yesterday and cannot do anything for three whole days: this means I am nurse, cook, bottle washer, the whole 9 yards. I pretty sure I will not be doing the laundry. The nurse told me the pain meds might make her irritable. I said, “You think!” She was right, they made her more than irritable; they made her sick. We are going to try to get that fixed ASAP tomorrow. I’ve got plenty of help right now: one and nine are here.
  • KANE UPDATE: Kane still doing good, still planning on coming home this weekend.
  • THE GATHERING TONIGHT at 6:30. We had 104 last week but we can do better!
  • Today [10/21/15] is Lexi and Lara’s 18th birthday…Unbelievable…here is my favorite all time pic.

Coming Home Tomorrow Night For Camp

  • Don’t forget the FELLOWSHIP and hayrides Sunday night. Everything begins at 5:30.
  • Mrs. Coree Vest Celebration of Life Service is today at 2:00 at Oakridge. Wow, what a line at the funeral home last night!
  • Congratulations to Aaron and Sammy Jo on the birth of their son Payton Keith Burgess.

Gary, Keri and Kane

Examine Yourself

June 1, 2015


Examine yourselves to see if your faith is genuine. Test yourselves. Surely you know that Jesus Christ is among you; if not, you have failed the test of genuine faith.
~2 Corinthians 13:5, NLT


“Open confession is good for the soul.”
~Scottish Proverb
I try to prepare myself mentally and spiritually before I preach. I know the one thing that should be dominate is humility and believe it or not, I long to be gentile. [You laugh here] As I tried to prepare for last night, I was convicted about my attitude. When I asked the congregation to follow the choirs lead, they rebelled. This is not a figment of my imagination, the choir saw the same thing I did: instead of clapping, we clammed up and folded our arms. If was as if you were saying, “I’m not clapping and you can’t make me.”
Jeff made a good point in our LCBS class: sometimes people are watching us and we aren’t aware that their focus is on us. Last night we sang, “LORD, I lift your name on high, LORD, I love to sing your praises.” We sometimes sing things we don’t mean. If a lost person was happened to be focused on you yesterday morning, do you think they saw your love and enthusiasm for Jesus? Personally, as a whole, I think we were a bad advertisement. I think rebellion and self-will is what they saw, not excitement in praising Jesus. I’m not sure the six straight bible study lessons on  giving preference to others took.
That said, “I have no right to talk down to you. I was like Moses at the Rock, a little angry over the rebellion I saw.” Moses was wrong and so was I. Whereas I sang my heart out and clapped until my hands were red, it is very possible that lost folks saw my pride and arrogance which is worse than your lack of enthusiasm.
It reminds me of a story. Years ago, Hugh Fitzgerald addressed the entire congregation about finding a music director. Hugh was very direct. After the service, I said, “Hugh, you don’t talk to people in that way.” Without a moments hesitation, Hugh said, “Have you heard yourself lately.”
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  • Mandy needs one more person for skits. It can be adult or young person. It is a 30 minute assignment [8:30 am until 9:00]
  • GOLDEN GIRLS is on for Saturday morning: 9:30 at CB in Hartselle.
  • No women responded but we have a group of men going to Montgomery. We are leaving from the church parking lot at 11:00 and will stop for lunch at Gardendale. Our ETA back to Danville is 8:00-9:00 pm. If you want to go, let me know ASAP.
  • We have two wedding Saturday evening: Jarod’s is at 4:00 pm at Enon and Hunter’s is at 6:00 but I don’t know the location. Also, Jake and his siblings are giving Terry and Gerri a 50th wedding anniversary. A 50th wedding anniversary is a big deal and I have already apologized to Gerri for not being able to attend. There are a lot of choices Saturday, you go where you feel the LORD is leading.
  • LORD willing, we are cleaning out the Bus Barn today. We have some birds who have made it their home.
  • We are doing a VBS visitation next Sunday evening at 5:00. We are going to do a blitz and be back at 6:00 for Praise and Reports. No sermon, I promise. We may have pizza though.
  • Tracey, Kelvin and Kerri are at Mayo in Jacksonville, Florida. The YOUTH are in sunny L.A. under the direction of Dr. G. Ted Turrentine.
  • Josie studies the clouds formations and she has influenced her cousin Chloe. Saturday, we were driving to Hartselle and Chloe said, “I see a dinosaur.” June said, “Where?” And Chloe pointed to a cloud formation.

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DAY 12 of 24



I correct and discipline everyone I love. So be diligent and turn from your indifference.
~Revelation 3:19, NLT


Toleration is often just indifference in disguise.
~Fredrick Buecher
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Chuck Swindoll tells the story of the professor who wrote APATHY is huge letters across the chalk board. He took his seat and observed as students came in for his lecture. A couple of jocks who had been assigned front row seats because of their lack of focus, sat down, put their hands behind their heads and laid back as if preparing for a nap. One said to the other, “A-P-A-T-H-Y, what is that?” The other looked at him in disgust and said, “I don’t know and I don’t care.” There pretty much sums up the modern church dilemma, “We don’t know and we don’t care.” The great majority of Baptist don’t know what REVIVAL is and they don’t care.
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Today we pray for TEACHERS…

  • The LORD gave us a wonderful trip to Jackson, Mississippi the place of Hannah’s birth. Barney is very, very sick: we got to speak with him briefly and have prayer. I also make one visit in Birmingham. Tough day emotionally but could not ask for better road conditions and the old Lexus did fine. I praise the Lord every time it cranks. A total of 630 miles and I was not that tired, PTL.
  • AWANA workers: you have been superb this Fall. I have never seen a group of workers more excited about AWANA but I know it is demanding and after Wednesday night, you get a two week break. October 29 is our FALL STEW and November 5 in Revival.
  • Speaking of Revival and our 24/24 prayer vigil. I feel lead of the Spirit to have a call around at 8:00 pm on November 1.  Whoever has the 8:00 pm prayer time will start the chain with each person texting the next. I don’t want anyone up late on November 1 [eve of Revival]. Get a good nights rest. Getting up in the middle of night and praying is much harder than driving to Jackson, Mississippi We want to be fresh for that first service. So the vigil will end at 8:00 on November 1.
  • OPT to serve: If you would like to help feed the DHS football team this Friday morning…you would start at 5:45 am…call me or Joe David.
  • I had a bridge fall out on my way to Jackson. It came out while I was eating so I have to go to the Dentist at 11:00 and I have to get some blood work done at 8:00 but I hope to be in sometime in the evening. David Wood’s uncle Jimmy’s service is today. I hope it is not at 11:00. Continue to prayer for David Andrews who is in Pensacola, Fla, where his uncle had a very bad wreck last week.
  • We don’t have much time to spend on the blog these days has you may or may not have noticed. We will get back on schedule after the REVIVAL we hope [Lord willing].

The Healing Process

May 16, 2014

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Jesus replied with a story: “A Jewish man was traveling from Jerusalem down to Jericho, and he was attacked by bandits. They stripped him of his clothes, beat him up, and left him half dead beside the road.

~Luke 10:30, NLT


The consequences of unwise choices or actions of hurtful people can create burdens or wounds that endure for a lifetime.

~Bill Crowder

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When a subject comes up two days in a row, I assume God is trying to tell me something. I dealt with forgiveness in the message on Wednesday night and then it came up again Thursday morning. The LORD dealt with me before the sermon concerning my slowness to forgive. A part of forgiveness is letting go but I have struggled with letting go of some things that happened a long, long time ago. When I read Bill Crowder’s Our Daily Bread devotion yesterday, it stirred my mind and moved my heart. I decided to share some of my thoughts with you.

Jesus taught us in the story of the Good Samaritan that there are four kinds of people in the world: [1] Those who get hurt [man beaten by the robbers, Victims]. [2] Those who hurt others intentionally and without cause [robbers, the Vicious] [3] Those who are indifferent, those who could help but don’t care [Priest and Levite, the Vain] [4] Those who help and speed the process of healing [Good Samaritan, the Virtuous]. So whether your hurt involves divorce, abuse, drugs, abandonment, rejection, scorn or whatever: people do get hurt others, this is a fact of life. Sometimes the hurt is so bad that a Good Samaritan is needed. Had he not come along when he did, the man in the ditch would have died.

Sometimes this healing agent can be a spouse who loves unconditionally. Sometimes it can be a grandchild as in the case of Naomi. It could be a bible study group, a Sunday School class, a friend, a co-worker or a Christian counselor but pretending you’re not hurt is no solution and healing is a process that takes time.

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I know you don’t like long blogs but this is for the hurting. If you are not hurting, do not read this section. If you are, let me give you some advice. It can be very embarrassing to admit that you have been hurt; especially if it happened during your childhood and by someone you trusted.  The rule of thumb is: [1] You’re healing depends on your honesty. The depth of your healing will go no deeper than the depth of your honesty. No, I do not recommend  you come to me or any preacher. I recommend a professional Christian counselor. I would be more than happy to help you find one. The number one reason for this is confidentially which you need for your protection. You may have a friend you can trust but be careful. Whether you were abused sexually, had an abortion, suffered a painful rejection or heartbreaking disappointment; you have to deal with what really happened or you will never recover. [2] There is no disgrace in being hurt or needing help. The man in the story [Luke 10] did nothing to deserve being robbed, stripped, and beaten. He was hurt so badly that he could not help himself. We all need help from time to time. If you want healing, don’t be afraid to get help. [3] Concentrate on your healing not justice for the robbers [brutal people who inflict hurt]. Turn the robbers over to the proper authorities. If someone robs me, I am not going to get my 12 gauge and go after them, this is not my job. I will allow he proper authorities to deal with them. Do not take the law into your own hands and try to make them pay. Most robbers [hurtful people] are never converted and they never change. They may never be sorry for what they did to you. The truth is: most offenders do not care that they hurt you. They don’t even think about you. You were just a bump in the road. Hurtful people move on to new relationships: they don’t pine over the human debris they leave behind. Forget them and focus on your healing. Healing involves honesty about the hurt and disengagement from those who did the hurting. You cannot forget the hurt but do your best to forget them. Turn them over to the proper authorities and walk away. Trust me, in the end, you will feel sorry for them. God’s mill rocks of justice turn exceeding slow but they grind exceeding fine.  The most liberating day of your life will be when you give HIM your hurts.

For the record, the above was written in the early hours of May 15th, long before the day unfolded.

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  • Seth graduates from lineman school this morning at 9:00 and Jeremy graduates PTA school tonight. It is a big day for the Bailey’s.
  • Chloe Bug is back home, her mother is to arrive [God willing] in the early hours of the morning. It has been a week. I pretty much let her do whatever and I have created a beast. She has exhausted me this week. She has the energy of a Turrentine. She is a little machine and she has learned to climb and is not afraid of heights. I know why God does not allow older women to get pregnant: we older men couldn’t take raising a little one. I don’t know how Sarah and Abraham did it, that is raise a child.
  • Visitation for the Maddox Family tonight at Peck 6:00-8:00: COLS tomorrow [Saturday] at Peck [11:00 am].
  • Full lineup for Sunday: Deacon’s meeting at 8:00, LCBS 9:00, Worship Celebration at 10:15, WEE Care Graduation at 2:00 and AWANA graduation at 6:00 followed by Pizza Fellowship.


Search And Rescue

November 1, 2013

Pray For MY HOPE

Pray For MY HOPE



“For the Son of Man came to seek and save those who are lost.”

~Luke 19:10, NLT


Toleration is often just indifference in disguise.

~Frederick Buechner


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Costa Concordia

On April 15, 1912, the RMS Titanic sank in the North Atlantic and over 1,500 people perished in the icy waters. The ship had been dubbed the unsinkable. Almost 100 years later, January 13, 2012, the Costa Concordia crashed into a reef off the cost of Italy, 32 precious souls lost their lives. The freakish thing was the ship was very close to the shore and it capsized but never sank completely. The Captain was fooling around with a female guest on the bridge when it happened. To make matters worse, he abandoned the ship without giving aid to any of his passengers. The purser did stay and fulfill the obligations of the captain but most of the crew acted with the same selfishness as did the captain.  Passengers were shocked at the crews indifference. When they ask for help or directions, the crew ignored them as they were headed for the life boats themselves. They knew the way but they were not sharing it with others. This could very well be a picture of the modern church; we know the way but due to our selfishness and indifference, we are not sharing it.


7598_The%20Reason%20for%20My%20Hope_smallThe story above came from Dr. Graham’s new book, THE REASON FOR MY HOPE. If the entire book is anything like chapter one, it is going to be a great read. TRUNK-A-TREAT went great! We had almost 30 venders: PTL! I don’t know what it is, but every time we go inside we have a record crowd. I was afraid we would run out of candy but we had plenty. I didn’t take any pictures but I think Holly will post hers on Facebook. A special thanks to our Senior Adults who helped. Granny T. helped us this year. She said Curly bragged on our stew. I said, “It wasn’t that good Granny.” She said, “If Curly says it is good, it is good.” What a great way to close out the month….Stew, Trunk-A-Treat and a good rain. Thank YOU Jesus for the rain. Now we turn our attention to REVIVAL which begins this Sunday morning. Pray, pray and pray some more. We meet with the Matthews this Sunday morning at 8:15 for our last prayer meeting before MY HOPE.

Who Cares?

July 27, 2013

Prayer For REVIVAL in America

Prayer For REVIVAL in America


A Jewish man was traveling from Jerusalem down to Jericho, and he was attacked by bandits. They stripped him of his clothes, beat him up, and left him half dead beside the road.

Luke 10:30, NLT


In what ever area you have suffered most, that will be the area where you excel in understanding and sympathy.



Jesus told the story of the Good Samaritan to illustrate how we should show love to those in need. A Jewish man was traveling down the Jericho road when bandits attack him, stripped him, beat him and left him laying naked in ditch. The bible says they beat him half to death so I am assuming he was semi-conscience but totally unable to help himself. He could have had a severe concussion or weakness and trauma from the lose to blood. I like to think that he could see but couldn’t move. When he saw the preacher coming, I imagine he thought…”Thank you God, a man of the cloth, he will surely help me,” but the preacher passed by on the other side. Then he saw a Temple worker, a Levite coming and he probably got his hopes up a second time but the Levite just looked at him and them kept going. Now this man is laying naked and  helpless in his own blood and no one seems to care.

Not many of us have been beaten and robbed by bandits but we do know what it is like to get beat down. Grief can do it, failure can do it, disappointment can do it, bad news can do it and unpleasant circumstance can certainly do it. Sooner or later everyone will suffer a heart-break. It happens to some when they are very young, they fall in love with someone who does not love them back. It is hard to get through life without at least one broken heart.

Hey, I know the bandits did not break the man’s heart, they broke bones but the Priest and the Levite broke his heart. What hurt him most, the clubs of the bandits or the indifference of two people who were suppose to care. When you are hurting, it is a comfort to know that someone cares.

Max Brunson is the pastor of 1st Baptist Jacksonville, Florida and he tells the story of he and his wife going through the Atlanta Airport. His wife wanted a water and so he went to shop and got a water, put it on the counter and ask the clerk how she was doing. She started to say something and then she caught herself. He said, “You were about to say something, what was it?” She said, “I was and then I realized, you were just being nice, nobody really cares.” He said, “Lady, there is always One person who cares.”

Who was Max referring to DBC? You got it, JESUS! He always cares!


  • Ladies go back and read the blog…this one was written for the ladies…one in particular, actually two.
  • Pancake Breakfast this morning at High School Cafeteria [Football booster club]
  • Brunch for Josh Hensley and Caroline Looney is this morning.
  • BLOCK PARTY two weeks from today.
  • Pray for My HOPE with Billy Graham.