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ciLual 1" i God's Comfort Isaiah 51 : 12, II Corinthians 1:4 Most people have, to some de- :ree, suffered pain. Many have suf- fcred heartache. Did it make you hiter or resentful? Or did you learn o endure? Hardships seem to be a part of human existence. I know I am better for having experienced some hardships. Many who read these lines will ccall having stood by tile side of one who lay on a bed suffering. Perhaps you tried to share that person's suf- fering by administering some aid. f:ew people like to suffer. Yet there was one who suffered untold agony for us, He hung upon a cross, hands and feet, and side pierced. And there he died. No one gave him any comfort except God. Many who were crucified in the manner that Jesus was would hang there for three or four days. God only allowed Jesus to hang there tbr a few hours. God gave him that much com- fort. GOd spoke to Isaiah saying, "I am he that comforts you; who are you ttat you are afraid'?" The Psalmist says, "Even though I walk through tle valley of the shadow of death, I lear no evil." O, the joys of having such comfort. The word "comfort" ,.oes back a long way. It is first mentioned of Noah in Gen. 5:29. Some t4[X) years later we hear God peaking through the mouth of Isai- ah these words, "Comfort ye my people." In writing to the Corinthians Paul says, "Blessed be God the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our afflictions." How can we fully understand this wonderful attribute of God? Because we receive such comfort from God, we in turn are able to give comfort to others. Be sure your experience iden- tifies you with another who has such an experience. It is easy to turn to one who identifies with you. God comes to us at all times. But it seems quite natural for us to seek God in times of trouble. Thrice shame on us for not seeking him at all times. We have the blessed assurance that when the road gets rough and the way seems dark that God's hand is there. Why don't you try reaching up? God waits and He wants to help? He loves you. His invitation is come. Those who seek him shall find him. Having found him, his grace becomes the driving force in our lives. We become channels of his grace. God's comfort to us allows us to comfort others. Are you in trouble spiritually? Turn to the One who suffered for you. Get in tune with him who gave his all. Listen! The Holy Spirit is speaking. Turn not away. God de- stres -- even demands  that we share what he has alrevdy shared with us. May God comfort you. Bluegrass Denture Center Winchester, KY Do you need teeth extracted and/0r dentures made? Would you like nitrous oxide or IV sedation? Would you like dentures placed on the day you get y0ut teeth .taken out? We do it all at'Bluegrass Denture Center in Winchester. Call 859'745-O000 for quality care at reasonable prices. Islam is one of the fastest growing religions in our nation. Many cults are growing in numbers as well. What do they believe ? Do they agree with God's Word, the Bible? Starting in March on Sunday Eve- nings, Salt Lick Christian Church will be examining various religions and cults. We will study what they believe and if this agrees with the Bible. Come join us on March 3rd at 6p.m. to learn what God's Word has to say. If you have any questions, call George Stewart, the minister at 606-674- 3181. lurk e ? Din ner "With All The Accessories' Where: Northside Church of God When: Friday, March 1, 2002 Time: 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Cost: $5.00 Adults $3.00 Children 6 yrs. to 12 yrs. Free - Children 5 yrs. and under. All You Can EalI! Proceeds go the Larry Vice's mother's funeral expenses and to the Donna Gail Smith Fund. DEATHS AND FUNERALS Rhada Lee Jones, 86, former resident passes away Rhad.a Lee Tincher Jones, age 86, of Port Charlotte, FL, formerly of Owingsville, passed away Sunday, February 17, 2002. She was born October 28, 1915, to the late Will- iam and Etta Hedrick Tincher, and was the widow of John R. "Dinks" Jones. She was a member of the Owingsville Christian Church and retired Owingsville Postmaster. Survivors include one daughter, Mary Lou Jones Williams of Win- chester; one grandson, Loren Robert Williams of Winchester; two nieces, Peggy Fannin Breeze of Orlando, FL, and Nancy Sorrell McLimon of Indianapolis, IN; a nephew, William Clay Gregory of BethA, OH; and one great-nephew, W.H. Gregory of Bethel, OH. She was preceded in death by two half-brothers, Gossett and Avery Sorrell and a sister, Louise Fannin. Funeral services were held Fri- day, February 22, 2002, at Richard- son Funeral Home with Rev. Bob Hayes officiating. Burial followed in Owingsville Cemetery. Roy L. Donahue, Sr., 79, of Preston passes away Roy L. "Johnnie" Donahue, Sr., age 79, of Preston, passed away Monday, February 18, 2002, at Mary Chiles Hospital. He was born April 9, 1922, in Bath County, to the late Ernest and Alice Hickman Donahue and was the widower of Fannie Duff. He was a member of Stulltown Church of God, a retired farmer, and a World War II Army veteran. Survivors include one son, Roy L. Donahue, Jr. of Preston; a daughter, Sharon Jones of Owingsville; one brother, Stanley Donahue of Beat- tyville; one sister, Hazel Reeves of Mt. Sterling; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Fu t/eral services were held Thurs- day, bruary 21,2002, at 2 p.m. at Taul uneral Home Chapel in Mt. Sterling with Rev. Jeff LaPresto of- ficiating. Burial was in Machpelah Cemetery. Military Rites were given by American Legion Post #22, Mt. Sterling. Winfred Denniston, 77, native of Bath County passes away Winfred Elwood Denniston, age 77, of Lexington, passed away Mon- day, February 18, 2002, atSt. Joseph Hospital. He was born August 29, 1924 in Bath County to the late James Garrett and Eva Lyons Denniston. He was a businessman and a mem- ber of Church at Athens. Survivors include his wife, Manet- bright sunlight I feel God's 9race breezing across my blessed face, My heart feels overwhelmed joy that is guided by my Lord's voice, 'I Love You Child", You're my Gentile on a mission to help righteous- hess in my decisions, look over my chiMren and bring forth good fruit; and I will bless this earth with peace, no disputes. Your my counselor, teach them well and I'!! keep my 9romises, in you I dwell. Don't get discouraged I'm dways with you walk in Truth and one day my Love,l'll show youHeaven! - Shelley Renee Upchurch 2/21/02 i - -2 ...... i I ........ Th BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Postmaster: Send address changes to: Bath County News-Outlook (045260) P.O. Box 577 OwingsviUe, KY 40360 The B ath County News-Outlook is owned by Community Newspapers, Inc., P.O. Box 577, Owingsville, KY 40360, and is published each Thursday at its offices on Water Street in Owingsville, KY. Sub- scription rates are: $16.50 per year in Bath County; $20.50 per year in Ken- tucky; $27.00 per year elsewhere; all pay- able in advance. Periodicals postage paid at the Post Office at Owingsville. KY 40360 L ta Hatfield of Lexington; one son, Garrett Lee Denniston of Newtown, CT; a daughter, Dana Carol Dennis- ton of Lexington: a sister, Kathaleen Wasson of Lexington; two grand- children, Garrett Alan Denniston and Russell Lee Denniston, both of New- town, CT. Funeral services were held 1 p.m., Thursday, February 21,2002, at the Church at Athens with Rev. William Ransford officiating. Burial was in Machpelah Cemetery. Eula Wills, 71, Sharpsburg resident passes away Eula Pendleton Wills, age 71, of Sharpsburg, passed away Wednes- day, February 20, 2002, at her resi- dence. She was born October 18, 1930 in Bath County to the late Fes- tus and Ina Farris Maze Pendleton. She was a homemaker and a member of the Oak Hill Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband, Donald L. Wills of Sharpsburg; two sons, Lee Anthony Wills of Tulsa, OK, and Shane Lee Wills of Louis- ville; two daughters, Doris G. Wills of Chattanooga, TN, and Alicha Lynn Short of Preston; one sister, Dorothy Bascom of Sharpsburg and eight grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 23,2002 atTaul Funeral Home Chap- el in Mt. Sterling, with Doug Lan- caster and Danny Murphy officiat- ing. Burial followed in Crown Hill Cemetery. Kenneth Coyle, 91, of Versailles passes away Kenneth W. "Wild Bill" Coyle, age 91, of Versailles, died Saturday, February 23, 2002 at St. Joseph Hos- pital East. He was born January 26, 1911 to the late John and Martha Honaker Coyle. He was a retired employee for the City of Versailles and was a member of the Church of God of Prophecy. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Emma Coyle; one daughter, Nettie (J.B.) Hartley of Versailles and Karen Rice, who Mr. Coyle raised; one son, William Albert (Jan- ice) Coyle of Florida; one half-broth- er, Frank Clark of Dayton, OH; six grandchildren, 10 great grandchil- dren, and three great great grand- children. Funeral services were held Tues- day, February 26, 2002, at the Duell- Clark Funeral Chapel by the Revs. Kenneth Lyle and Estill Everman. Burial followed in the Sunset Me- morial Gardens. Gene "Rex" Shrout, 73, passes away after long illness- Gene Rexford "Rex" Shrout, age 73, of Salt Lick, passed away Satur- day, February 23, 2002. at St. Joseph Hospital alter a long illness. He wa a native of Bath County, born May 23, 1928, to the late Otto and Lelia Hargis Shrout. He was a retired mail carrier of 27 years, a farmer and landowner, a member of Moores Ferry Christian Church and a veter- an of the Korean Conflict. Survivors include his wife of 48 years, Janice Snedegar Shrout of Salt Lick; one daughter, Marcia Stamm of Salt Lick; three sons, Randall Shrout of Louisville and Joseph and David Shrout both of Salt Lick; six granddaughters, six grandsons and one great granddaughter; two neph- ews, Dennis and Gary Shrout of Salt Lick; and one aunt, Christine Maze of Owingsville. He was preceded in death by one brother, Billy Shrout. Funeral services were held Tues- day, February 26, 2002, at Moores Ferry Christian Church with Rev. Willard Johnson officiating. Burial followed in Hedricks Cemetery. Military Rites were conducted by VFW Post 7497. Richie Hunt Funer- al Home was in charge of arrange- ments. Irvin Carpenter, 79, former county resident passes away Irvin G. Carpenter, age 79, tor- merly of the Stulltown Community, passed away Monday, March 25, 2002, at Western State Nursing Fa- cility in Hopkinsville. He was born October 25, 1922, in Bath County, to the late Robert and Mary Goldy Carpenter and was a retired farmer. Survivors include one niece, Fran- cine Carpenter Graves of Stulltown. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Jesse and Emmett Carpen- ter and two sisters, Kathleen Car- penter and Mattie Curd. Graveside services will be held Thursday, February 28 at 1:00 p.m. at Ginter Cemetery in Preston with Rev. JeffLapresto officiating. Rich- ardson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. .......... , , , , . B0ua0 William D. Ellington, . Owingsville,'Ky Agency Manager --', Phone 674-6335 iljmaulao I "Events" in around B, by: Virginia Shields visited his cousin, Hawkins. Billy and Chloe the farm machinery ville from Wednesda, The Bethel hosted an ice and singing, on Sunday, the birthday's of Kash Elgin Rankin, with fami! attending. John Dicken was a of Rex Crouch. Bobby Bromagen got,' report" of his health the last visit with Iris Jackie and Charlene chased a trailer grandmother and Katherine Eaton and Nicholas County. Artie Williams McFarland at home now a patient at awaiting surgery. Tony Thompson cel birthday last Sunday wit in attendance. Besi day, there was Richards, Erin Thorn Boone Nichols, Kenneth Rawlings. Tony's 25th. Crystal Patrick's Ollie Banfield Stokle, this week. She was Sharpsburg at Crownhill I "Luxuries. a lot more fun if of them." etters to the editor always All letters must be with accompnaying t 2389 U.S. HWY. MOREHEAD, KY.! 2 Locations 2389 U.S. Hwy 60 E. Morehead. KY (606) 784-5852 MONUMENTS MA1 Saturday [Sunday and Evenings by Memorials :{ :{ g , ?: > } There's some pretty high-tech equipment on the farm these days. The same is true at Fleming-Mason Energy. We're always looking for cutting-edge technology to help us maintain the reliable, affordable service you deserve. 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