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ISSUE 8, <strong>NOVEMBER</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />



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a i r i s a l l o w e d w i t h o u t p r i o r w r i t t e n p e r m i s s i o n b y n o t i n g t h e s o u r c e o f i n f o r m a t i o n .

EDITOR'S<br />

LETTER<br />

We are in the season of "Thanksgiving". So<br />

many when that word is heard, think of<br />

food. LOL, I know I do, but not just food, but<br />

family...Memories with friends and families.<br />

The smells of Thanksgiving. The colors of<br />

Thanksgiving. The spirit of Thanksgiving.<br />

The Bible says: "Give thanks in all<br />

circumstances; for this is the will of God in<br />

Christ Jesus for you." "This is the day that<br />

the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be<br />

glad in it." "And let the peace of Christ rule<br />

in your hearts, to which indeed you were<br />

called in one body. And be thankful."<br />

For some of us, saying thank you to God<br />

before a meal is a common ritual—so<br />

common, perhaps, that we don’t think<br />

about why we do it. But we learn this<br />

practice from Jesus; in the Gospels He often<br />

gives thanks before He eats or feeds<br />

someone else. He even gives thanks for the<br />

bread and wine that symbolize His body<br />

and blood at the last supper with His<br />

disciples.<br />

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Wishing you and your<br />

family a safe and wonderful<br />

Holiday Season!<br />

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Greg<br />

Sullivan<br />

Ministries<br />

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Now at Radio<br />

I Know<br />

He Can

For God<br />

AMY<br />

So Loved<br />


"For God so loved the world that He<br />

gave His only begotten Son that<br />

whosoever believes in Him should not<br />

perish but have everlasting life." John<br />

3:16<br />

Have you ever thought about that verse<br />

in depth? It's a verse we learn at an<br />

early age and it comes to the point<br />

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where we can just repeat it from<br />

memory, but have we taken time to<br />

really study it?<br />

Let's start by breaking down the<br />

verse. "For God." Let's look at the<br />

word "for". When you see the word<br />

"for" in a sentence, it talks about a

purpose or reason<br />

for something. In the<br />

first verse it states<br />

"For God". God giving<br />

His son to the world<br />

was first FOR Him.<br />

We were created to<br />

worship God. We<br />

belong to Him. We<br />

are FOR God.<br />

"For God SO loved" ...<br />

The word "SO"<br />

means to such a<br />

great extent. God<br />

had such a great love<br />

for us that He gave<br />

His only Son to<br />

become SIN for us so<br />

that we could have<br />

everlasting life.<br />

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Believing in Jesus<br />

Christ give us access<br />

to God for us to<br />

spend eternity with<br />

our Heavenly Father.<br />

He had such a love<br />

for us that He gave up<br />

something. We think<br />

it was FOR us, but in<br />

all reality it was FOR<br />

Him.<br />

Our worship to God is<br />

all that He wants. We<br />

worship so many<br />

things in this world.<br />

We were created to<br />

worship so we will<br />

worship something.<br />

It could be your<br />

career, your family, or<br />

your ministry, but you<br />

will worship<br />

something!<br />

Everyday our focus,<br />

our worship, should<br />

be on the one who is<br />

FOR us and loves us<br />

like no other.<br />

Our mind has a hard<br />

time comprehending<br />

that love from<br />

someone that we<br />

can't touch, but He<br />

touches our lives<br />

everyday by the<br />

people He puts in our<br />

path. If we, the<br />

world, could only<br />

learn to love to that<br />

extent, we would<br />

begin to see how<br />

much for God so<br />

loved.<br />

/Amy Richardson

O C T O B E R<br />

1 The Kramers - Sing Me There<br />

2 Collingswoth Family - Another Noah<br />

3 Gaither Vocal Band - There is a Mountain<br />

4 The Old Paths -Music to Your Ears<br />

5 Jordan Family Band - B-L-E-S-S-E-D<br />

6 Phillips & Banks - Find My Hallelujah<br />

7 Southbound - No Better Than That<br />

8 Mercy's Well - Bless the Waves<br />

9 Cheri Taylor - Comin' Out Singin'<br />

10 The Nelons - Scars In Heaven<br />

11 Brian Free & Assurance - Liar, Liar<br />

12 Shona Bright - For Such a Time as This<br />

13 The Perry's - Tell the Grave<br />

14 Masters Voice - Whose Hand You're In<br />

15 Todd Tilghman - Home Wasn't Built in a Day<br />

16 Don Stiles - It's Not So Hard to Praise Him<br />

17 Galloway & Company - Just Sing<br />

18 The Sound - Never Not God<br />

19 The Journey's - Grace Said Yes<br />

20 Karen Peck & New River - The Keepers<br />

21 McBride Famiy - Hammer On<br />

22 The Dunnams - What Mercy Did For Me<br />

23 Greater Vision - Older People<br />

24 Billy Walker - He's Still Here<br />

25 Joy Holden - Carry It All<br />

26 Derrick Loudermilk Band - Bigger Than Jesus<br />

27 High Road - Faith, Hope, and Love<br />

28 The Yates Family - I Held On<br />

29 Dixie Revival - Beautiful Messes<br />

30 Porter Family - This Ain't That Song<br />

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SHOCK<br />

OF<br />

CHANGE<br />

I have a special<br />

talent for<br />

killing plants.<br />

My husband<br />

calls it “the<br />

touch of<br />

death.” For<br />

this reason, I<br />

typically avoid<br />

messing with<br />

any of the<br />

greenery in<br />

our home.<br />

However, a recent<br />

discovery of a lovely white<br />

planter made me brave<br />

enough to try.<br />

I found it shoved in a dark<br />

corner in one of the kitchen<br />

cabinets. Pristine and<br />

porcelain, the planter was<br />

obviously made for display.<br />

It seemed a waste to keep<br />

it out of sight and out of<br />

use. Surely there was a<br />

plant this vase was made<br />

for…I eyeballed the peace<br />

lily that has been happily<br />

thriving beside the kitchen<br />

sink since Easter. The<br />

crinkled wrapper it came in<br />

is well worn out and faded.<br />

It would be an instant<br />

upgrade to swap the old<br />

wrapper for the new. I’m<br />

not supposed to touch the<br />

plants, but this change<br />

seemed completely<br />

harmless, so I carefully<br />

removed the peace lily<br />

from its grocery store<br />

trappings and gently<br />

redeposited it into the<br />

planter. Perfect.<br />

I was proud of myself.<br />

Until it wilted. And not a<br />

little wilted…but a lot<br />

wilted. Like, Looked dead,<br />

wilted.<br />

“The plant-killer strikes<br />

again!” my husband joked,<br />

but I felt like crying.<br />

Literally, all I did was pick<br />

the thing up out of an old<br />

wrapper and put it in a<br />

different pot. I didn’t<br />

change the soil, touch the<br />

roots, or even water it. But<br />

less than 24 hours later,<br />

the poor plant was hanging<br />

over the edge of its new<br />

container just as limp and<br />

listless as if I’d poisoned it.<br />

Apparently, change is just<br />

as hard on plants as it is on<br />

people.<br />

This year has been fraught<br />

with change. In the spring,<br />

my husband and I sold the<br />

home we loved and prayed<br />

for most, after spending<br />

nearly three years trying to<br />

renovate it so we could live<br />

in it again. Shortly<br />

thereafter, my husband<br />

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started his own<br />

business, and it has<br />

had its own set of<br />

unfamiliar ups and<br />

downs. This summer,<br />

God led me through a<br />

challenging season of<br />

healing through an<br />

intensive eight-week<br />

Bible study, and I had<br />

to let go of beliefs I’ve<br />

been holding onto for<br />

seventeen years. And<br />

lastly, I made the<br />

tough decision to<br />

come off the road<br />

with Fields of Grace,<br />

to devote much<br />

needed time to<br />

obeying God’s call to<br />

write.<br />

All these changes<br />

have been good, but<br />

I’m wilting. I’ve been<br />

overwhelmed with<br />

loss from one<br />

transition to the next.<br />

God has been<br />

incredibly gentle, but<br />

I’m worn out from all<br />

the goodbyes and the<br />

new. Body and mind,<br />

heart and soul, I. Am.<br />

Tired. Like my peace<br />

lily, I’m in a shiny new<br />

place, but I’m not<br />

thriving like I’d<br />

thought.<br />

My husband was<br />

ready to toss the lily,<br />

but I wasn’t ready to<br />

give up on it. I<br />

thought, maybe it<br />

just needs a little<br />

more time…and<br />

some water. Against<br />

all my inner warnings<br />

(I really do have a<br />

knack for killing<br />

plants), I gave the lily<br />

a nice reservoir of<br />

water to soak its<br />

roots in, and simply<br />

left it alone. If it was<br />

already dead, extra<br />

water couldn’t make<br />

anything worse. But<br />

if it was thirsty,<br />

perhaps it would<br />

revive.<br />

Within a few hours,<br />

the peace lily<br />

stretched its leaves<br />

up and out, into a fullbodied,<br />

emerald<br />

spectacle of beauty. I<br />

marveled at its rapid<br />

recovery, and<br />

thanked God we<br />

didn’t throw it away.<br />

The deep green and<br />

ivory compliment<br />

each other well.<br />

Standing tall and<br />

thriving, it is<br />

incredibly lovely in its<br />

new white shell.<br />

Perhaps you’re<br />

reeling from change<br />

and feeling as wilted<br />

as I am. Unfamiliarity<br />

and loss have a way<br />

of emptying our days<br />

of hours and our<br />

arms of strength.<br />

Thankfully, there is a<br />

remedy for this: Time,<br />

and a nice long soak<br />

in the Holy Spirit.<br />

Our bodies and<br />

minds are limited.<br />

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We must give<br />

ourselves time to<br />

adjust. But we must<br />

spend that time<br />

wisely. God gave us<br />

the gift of the Holy<br />

Spirit; a piece of<br />

Himself that is<br />

everlasting. And when<br />

all the world feels<br />

strangely different, we<br />

must return to the<br />

wellspring of our<br />

souls. It is from these<br />

healing waters that<br />

we must drink in, and<br />

draw, and rest.<br />

We may find<br />

ourselves in uncertain<br />

dwellings, but God is<br />

our constant dwelling<br />

place. And if God is<br />

our portion, we can<br />

thrive anywhere. Even<br />

in the midst of<br />

change.<br />

Elise<br />

Ingle<br />

“Blessed is the man that trusteth in<br />

the LORD, and whose hope the LORD<br />

is. For he shall be as a tree planted<br />

by the waters, and that spreadeth<br />

out her roots by the river, and shall<br />

not see when heat cometh, but her<br />

leaf shall be green; and shall not be<br />

careful in the year of drought,<br />

neither shall cease from yielding<br />

fruit.” Jeremiah 17:7-8<br />

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Often I'm asked about interesting<br />

things that have happened to me<br />

over the past twenty or so years of<br />

performing Southern Gospel Music. I<br />

want to share this one with you this<br />

month. I promise it is true. " With my<br />

hand up ", as Brother Wendy Bagwell<br />

used to say.<br />

Back in the 80's, I played piano for<br />

"The Saxons", a very popular<br />

Pentecostal family from Gainesville,<br />

Georgia. We were privileged to sing<br />

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in campmeetings all over the<br />

Southeast. I fondly recall those as<br />

being some of the best times I've ever<br />

spent anytime, anywhere. Who<br />

wouldn't love the fellowship of a<br />

week or more of almost constant<br />

worship services? And the food. Let<br />

me just say this. I don't know<br />

everything that Heaven will hold, but<br />

I do know from experience that<br />

campmeeting cafeteria workers<br />

should help prepare the Marriage<br />

Supper Of The Lamb. I've never had<br />

such wonderful food in all my born<br />


One year, in North Carolina, we were<br />

also in charge of the combined choir<br />

music for a particular campmeeting.<br />

We chose some high energy tunes<br />

that was sure to get everyone on<br />

shoutin' ground. The first night, after<br />

about the third song, someone<br />

hollered out " Let Brother Doug sing<br />

one !" We called for him to come to the<br />

podium, and this gently, elderly little<br />

man of about 85 years old slowly made<br />

his way up to the microphone. I knew<br />

we were in for a Heaven-Sent revival.<br />

I was at the piano, and he turned to<br />

me and said "Page 71, Sonny Boy ".<br />

Anyone even remotely familiar with<br />

the old redback Church Of God<br />

"Church Hymnal" songbook knows<br />

that page 71 is "Sweet Hour Of Prayer".<br />

I kicked it off, and here we went. I've<br />

never seen a slow song move an<br />

audience like that before. They were<br />

shoutin' and runnin' and fallin' out and<br />

brother, did Glory forever more come<br />

down.<br />

At the end of the second verse,<br />

Brother Doug stopped me and sweetly<br />

and tearfully said, "You know, Children,<br />

sometimes I just wanna humble<br />

myself down, and just wave my hanky<br />

before the Lord. Just wave my hanky<br />

for the Lord." He reached in the back<br />

pocket of his Duckhead bib overalls,<br />

and pulled out a perfectly pressed silk<br />

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hanky and flew it high above his<br />

head. I tell you, there was not a dry<br />

eye in the place. It was precious.<br />

The next night, about the third song,<br />

the same thing took place. The next<br />

night it happened again. Every night<br />

the same thing. Long about Friday<br />

night, there was about 2000 people<br />

in attendance, and definitely the<br />

biggest crowd of the entire series of<br />

meetings. A few minutes into the<br />

service, somebody called out, "Let<br />

Brother Doug sing one!" As every<br />

night before, this precious old man<br />

went through the same repartee.<br />

But this night was slightly different.<br />

He stopped me at the beginning of<br />

the second verse, and started into his<br />

familiar speech. "You know, Children,<br />

sometimes I just wanna humble<br />

myself, and wave my hanky before<br />

the Lord! Just wave my hanky for the<br />

Lord."<br />

When he reached into his back<br />

pocket, instead of his silk hanky, he<br />

produced a pair of white Fruit Of The<br />

Loom underwear and began waving<br />

them high over his head, saying<br />

"Come on, Children, don't be<br />

ashamed. Wave 'em high before the<br />

Lord!" Needless to say everyone<br />

totally cracked up, and we never<br />

made it through the next verse of<br />

"Sweet Hour of Prayer."

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S E P T E M B E R<br />

1 Southbound - No Better Than That<br />

2 The Taylors - God, Do It Again<br />

3 The Griffins - Fly Away Jesus<br />

4 Collingsworth Family -Another Noah<br />

5 The Old Paths - Music to Your Ears<br />

6 The Steeles -The Journey<br />

7 The Dunnams - What Mercy Did For Me<br />

8 Joseph Habedank - Child of the King<br />

9 The Kramers - Sing Me There<br />

10 Gaither Vocal Band - There Is a Mountain<br />

11 LeFevre Quartet - All the Praise<br />

12 CherI Taylor -Comin’ Out Singing<br />

13 Hebron Road - Beauty of the Cross<br />

14 The Nelons - Scars in Heaven<br />

15 Shona Bright - For Such a Time as This<br />

16 McBride Family - Hammer On<br />

17 Jordan Family Band - B-L-E-S-S-E-D<br />

18 Mercy’s Well -Bless the Waves<br />

19 The Joneses - Morning Mercies and Daily Grace<br />

20 Don Stiles - It’s Not So Hard to Praise Him<br />

21 Derrick Loudermilk Band - Bigger Than Jesus<br />

22 Karen Peck and New River - The Keepers<br />

23 The Perry’s - Tell the Grave<br />

24 Phillips and Banks - Find My Hallelujah<br />

25 Justified Quartet - Homeland<br />

26 Siler Family -House of the Lord<br />

27 Todd Tilghman -Home Wasn’t Built in a Day<br />

28 Wisecarvers - All I Got, All I Need<br />

29 Master’s Voice - Whose Hands You’re In<br />

30 Brian Free - Liar, Liar<br />

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heart to God and thank Him for<br />

the simplest of meals, isn’t He<br />

teaching us to practice gratitude<br />

and thankfulness for every gift in<br />

meal, every good night’s sleep—<br />

every bit of it is a gift. If we remain<br />

ungrateful or anxious, we miss the<br />

joy of them all.<br />

our lives?<br />

But if we open our eyes wide in<br />

Paul supports this in his letters.<br />

“Give thanks in all circumstances,”<br />

he says, “for this is the will of God<br />

in Christ Jesus for us.” He says we<br />

wonder and thankfulness, our joy<br />

multiples and our intimacy with<br />

God grows exponentially.<br />

We can draw close to God only<br />

are to be “giving thanks always and though adoration, appreciation,<br />

for everything to God the Father.” and gratitude. This is how we bond<br />

with Him.<br />

So why is practicing gratitude so<br />

important?<br />

So God exhorts us to always give<br />

thanks not because God is a<br />

Gratitude is important because it<br />

aligns us with the beauty and<br />

goodness of reality, with God’s<br />

person and His world. God is<br />

generous and good. His creation,<br />

His word, His son, and every single<br />

narcissist who demands praise<br />

before He will let us close,<br />

but because He made our hearts<br />

and brains to be delighted by His<br />

beauty and goodness,<br />

and we tap into this joy and<br />

good, pleasing, necessary, or intimacy with Him only by the<br />

helpful thing in our lives are His practice of gratitude. We “enter His<br />

gifts to us. He is constantly gates with thanksgiving and His<br />

pouring out these gifts. Every courts with praise!”<br />

sunset we see, every flower or<br />

falling leaf that is beautiful to us,<br />

/Bobby Richardson

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Reflections from<br />

Mayberry<br />

/ by Greg & Donna Journey<br />

We all have so much to be thankful<br />

for. November should not be the<br />

only time we stop and think about<br />

what we are blessed with. Every day<br />

that the Lord blesses us to wake up<br />

and gives us another day to serve<br />

Him we should be thankful.<br />

Rejoice evermore. Pray without<br />

ceasing. In everything give thanks<br />

for this is the will of God in Christ<br />

Jesus concerning you.<br />

1 Thessalonians 5:16-18<br />

Be careful for nothing; but in every<br />

thing by prayer and supplication<br />

with thanksgiving let your requests<br />

be made known unto God. And the<br />

peace of God, which passeth all<br />

understanding, shall keep your<br />

hearts and minds through Christ<br />

Jesus.<br />

Philippians 4:6-7<br />

But thanks be to God, which giveth<br />

us the victory through our Lord<br />

Jesus Christ. 1 Corinthians 15:57<br />

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and in everything to give thanks.<br />

It’s easy to give thanks and be<br />

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well but the real test comes when<br />

things are not going so well. Keep<br />

in mind that no matter what you<br />

are going through there is an ever<br />

present friend who is always right<br />

beside you that loves you and<br />

knows exactly what you are going<br />

through and with one sweep of His<br />

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choose to take the battle you are<br />

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