What is the Lord doing in your life?
Anna recently had the idea for us girls to pray for part of our walk. This is not instead of our personal prayer times but an “extra.” It has been a precious, sweet time of lifting our hearts up to the Lord. In addition, it truly has been a way to “redeem the time,” and we still have time to fellowship together after we are done praying. We have been excited to see so many answers to prayer.Â Â “… for verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you.” — Matthew 17:20
Two conferences were just confirmed: Tupelo, Mississippi, September 17th, and Hammond, Louisiana (outside of New Orleans), October 5-6th.
House work is flying along as we tackle all that lies before us. Progress is good!
Friday night, the wood floor were begun to be laid.
Using the hardwood floor nailer.
Nathan’s help was greatly appreciated.
Abby came over with her daddy, and she used ear protectors as the nailer was extremely loud.
This is the paint booth in the process of being set up. The drying rack is on the left side loaded with the wood before it is painted. It is being stored there to free up the floor.
Stacks of hardwood!
John is helping me fill the nail holes before Dad begins painting.
Filling nail holes.
The paint booth set up: with plastic all the way around and a layer on the floor.
Painting the cabinet “shells”.
No, he’s not mowing the floor. Sanding it. Isn’t it beautiful?
The paint booth in working order.
John spent hours sanding the floors.
“Behold, how good and how pleasant
it isÂ for brethren to dwell together in unity!”