Black/White

Written by cycleguy on March 9th, 2017

You know the old adage: “if at first you don’t succeed, try try again.”

I told you about the events of this past Sunday here. I shelved my prepared sermon for a talk from the heart, largely brought on by my bicycle accident. My wife puts it this way: “it is the 2nd accident in 3 months in which I could have lost you.” Well…that sort of puts things into perspective doesn’t it? So two days will now go down in infamy for me:

November 7 when some car decided to play bumper cars with me. I lost. He left the scene without slowing down or stopping. I came out of that one sore and bruised but alive and walking.

February 17 is the other date. (Must be the 7s are a problem). I am the only one who can take “credit” for this one. My mind has still blacked out the how and the why and even some of the where. Maybe that is good. But this one ended up being much more serious an accident and I would say it is by God’s grace that I am doing as well as I am and recovering. It could have been a whole lot worse.

Anyway, I’m planning on preaching last week’s prepared sermon this week. You can see a preview if you would like by going here. I’m not going to repeat it all. What I will repeat is my request for prayer: for continued healing of body, mind, and heart, and for the sermon-its presentation and reception. Thanks.

 

 

6 Comments so far ↓

  1. Betty Draper says:

    Oh, you got prayer brother

  2. Jeff says:

    Is it really that black and white? If you are not a Christian are automatically evil rather than good. Put me down as evil if that’s the case.

  3. Bill, I did listen to your “impromptu” sermon of March 5, and was absolutely blown away by your candor, integrity and courage. We all need to know that our pastors, none of us, are perfect, and that we are all in dire need of our Savior.
    Know I will continue to pray for healing in all aspects of your life.
    Blessings!

  4. floyd says:

    Yeah, whatever the message is… it isn’t in a bottle…

    Praying for you, Bill.

  5. Ed says:

    Prayers going up.

  6. Ryan says:

    You got it!

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