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Terry’s Creek News
The Praise Team opened our morning service with praises to our Heavenly Father. Bro. LaVerne Summerlin had the opening prayer, welcome and announcements. We had a very good number of people in attendance.
Bro. LaVerne’s message was “The End of Time: Part 3” from Matthew 24:6-14. The evening message was “Time of Suffering” from Revelation 2:8-11.
The bon fire and fellowship that was planned for Saturday night was cancelled because of the rain. Will be scheduled for another time.
The Ladies Craft night was well attended and the ladies had a wonderful time of crafts and refreshements and fellowship.
Sunday, January 29, Rev. Steve Jackson will be teaching our Jan. Bible study on the book of Ephesians. Will begin at 9:30 am during the Sunday School hour, will have a few minutes break time; then resume at 10:30am. Lunch will be at 11:30 am. Will conclude the study at 12:30 pm. There will not be an evening service.
Golden Ager for the Week is Elaine Williams Hutchins so remember her with a card, visit or phone call this week and let her know you are thinking about her and praying for her.
I found this writing on Weather Signs. Thought it was interesting and will share with our readers.
1. If the wind is from the South on March 22nd the year will be dry.
2. Each day it thunders in February, the same day in April will frost.
3. If there are three frosts, rain will follow.
4. Winter is over when the leaves appear on the fig tree.
5. If the sun sets behind a bank of clouds on Sunday, it will rain before Wednesday.
6. A rainbow in the morning brings wind, not rain.
7. When smoke hangs low and flat, it will rain.
8. Halo around the sun brings a change of weather.
9. Three months after the first katydid’s call, frost will fall.
10. If January 5th is rainy, expect a rainy May.
11. Rainbow in the afternoon or a streaked sunset brings fair and fair weather.
12. When swallows fly low, it is about to cloud up.
13. Croaking of frogs, rain is near.
14. Number of stars within the halo of the moon is the number of days before a storm.
15. Thickness of a shuck on corn determines whether the winter will be mild or hard.
16. If birds or smoke fly high, watch for fair weather.
17. A morning shower never lasts long.
18. If January 2nd is cloudless and cold, we will have a late Spring.
Hope you enjoy this but will keep a person busy if they try to keep up when and if all this happens like it says.
God bless till next time.