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Thoughts: Years ago, my Uncle Wendell was a visiting professor at the University of Copenhagen. One Sunday afternoon he and his wife Betty tried to walk to a famous museum.
But they couldn’t find it, so they stopped a passing gentleman. In English, Uncle Wendell asked him for directions to the museum.
The man smiled and shook his head. So, in rather halting German, Uncle Wendell asked him again.
And again, the man smiled and shook his head. Aunt Betty tried asking him in French.
Once more, the smile, the head shake.
Uncle Wendell pulled out his Danish dictionary and slowly put together his question in Danish.
This time the man’s smile was broad. “Oh, so you really want to find the museum,” he said, in perfect English. “You turn left at the next street, and the museum is two blocks down on the left.”
Discussion: Discuss the significance of verse 11; “…we do hear them speak in our tongues the wonderful works of God.”
Activity: When you welcome visitors to our church, remember to ask them questions about themselves.
Remember in prayer this week Joyce Bauman, continued healing, Martha Blair, Francis Corera, Lexi Flores, Vivian Hansard, Sandy Northey, and Mildred Wyse.
Please pray for our Young Adult Mission Trippers this week at Henderson Settlement in Frakes, KY. They will return Thursday night.
Make sure you schedule your family photo for our new church directory. Go to fumctroy.org and click on the sign up for portraits. It’s easy and quick and you can do it on your computer. You may also sign up in the Christian Life Center on Sunday.
Don’t forget to bring your gently-used books for the UMW Book Sale on May 22nd and 29th. The deadline for books is May 18th so this is your last chance to clear your shelves and make room for new summer reading material.
This Sunday wear RED for Pentecost. We will confirm six youth and celebrate with cake.
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