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4 March 18, 2021 News Outlook COMMUNITY The opinion page does not reflect the views of the KyNewsGroup. Let’s Reason Together By Alton Norman Owingsville Church of Christ 5410 E. Hwy. 60 East, Owingsville 606-261-9263 h Oakla God 215 Old Oakley Road, Owingsville Randy Hawkins Abounding God 91 Banker St., Owingsville Wes Crouch, Pastor Olympia God Aguas Tranquilas 5583 East Hwy. 36, Olympia THE FETUS AND fire...baked bread on its ing by the half. The went to school. He studied deAdomcivfl/Still Billy Hunt. Pastor THE TREE coals...roasted meat and is still deceptive, and for several and 177 J 10’s”? 03”” R d ' it; and shall I make men still justify themselves got his degree. He a ac gaginggfifiry °a ’ 356‘; Springfield Rd. In the days rest of it an abomina— in sinful ways. job in Louisville and preg— Keith Willoughby Pastor 3m Roy Stacy electricity men would cut wood. He would “take tion? Shall I fall down be- a block of wood?’ A It was on the news February 26, 2021: “Man nant women came him. He inserted forceps into Services are 3:00PM on Sunday County First Apostolic some of and warm him- deceived has turned Charged with Murder of a womb and pulled on self’. some he would him aside” (Isaiah 44:18- Fetus”. A man a preg— the fetus and then shoved 1226 M09319 Brand! Rd 92 Coyle Sheet, OWngSVme or roast 20). Surely, we can see the nant woman and child a into its head (“par- Psaltt L'lgk’ whim“ Chm Balley’Mm'Ster for food. And some of foolishness 0f worshipping she was carrying died. tial and as or am anery ofChn-st he would “makeacarved a stump, if it is cov— We are outraged! And we the died...and we Bailey’s 5410 Highway 60 East image, god, down ered with gold! But “The should be. Such things applaud such behavior. Christian Alton Norman, Minister before it and worship” and is deceitful above should not happen in Oh, how deceptive is our 2429 Water-Dell Road, he said, “Deliver me, for all things, and desperately civilized society. And such hearts! OwingSVille' Ryan Utterback, Minister Christian you are my god” (Isaiah 44:12-17). Isaiah goes to say, “No one considers in his heart, nor is there un- derstanding to say, ‘I have burned half of it in the wicked; Who can it?” (Jeremiah 17:9). So, men of olden days deceived themselves, thinking they were right. in worshipping ' half of tree and warm- men should be punished severely. Everyone agrees with this verdict. But heart is deceptive above all things and desperately wicked”. So, man you for reason- ing with me. The Message We Shared 11 East Main St., Owingsville Sean Bailey, Minister 518 Bethel Ridge Road, Bethel Rev. Richard Anderson God 320 Slate Ave., Owingsville Lowell Rice, Minister Ch 142 Bethel School Lane, Owingsville Bethel 75 Main St., Owingsville Blevins Daniel Burch, Pastor 1418 Blevins Valley Road, of God Owingsville By Chris Bailey, Pastor In response, God look upon him as he was brings death. Russell Ingram’ Mm‘Ster 4857 Ogilvzégti’fi? Road’ Owingsville Baptist poisonous snakes, and lifted upon the cross. Fortunately, God still Chum}, "flew, Chris, Franklin Rose, pastor Church many Israelites were This is not the only simi-‘ has the remedy for our Day Saints and died. The Israelites ac- larity believers share with sin. What God requires is Hwy. 36, Owingsville Peeled There was an interest: knowledged their sin and the Israelites. We also that we look upon the BiShOP Jason Pude 2592 H0W3Id Mill/P661661 Oak ' - Road, Owin sville mg development as the appealed Moses to pray prone complain when consequence of our Sln. , 3.1”. d gM. . ancient Israelites traveled for them. our journey gets long. We For the Israelites, it was Fug’ggffgfifrch l eegar en’ mlster from Egypt to the prom- God instructed Moses may vocalize com- snake. For believers to— 39 Sour 33ng Road, Chum], ised land. Though they to make a serpent plaints, when others day, the consequence is Olympia 6275 EastHwy,60,Sa1tLick had been slaves Egypt, and place it a pole, so see frustration, despair, or the brutality of the cross Mike Munday, Minister Ralph White, Minister they complained about deliverance when the journey grew long. They spoke against God and Mo- that whenever someone was bitten, would be healed if they would look upon the serpent. Jesus sadness in our lives rather than the peace, joy, and hope we should express, the impact is same. inflicted upon Jesus. If we trust is heal- ing and cleansing in cross, we will find it. Do God 7184 Preston Rd, Owingsville Terry Frerichs, Pastor 36 Cherry Lane, Salt Lick Jayson Minix, Minister ses, and they complained would later point to the, in- The consequence for sin you see cross as the 1:0,], Chum], ' ' ' ' - - p 943 East Fork Road, Sharpsburg about the prov1s10n (and struction and apply it to is also the same. The Sin consequence of your Sin. 4428 East Fork Road, Dou Routt Pastor lack of provision) God had healing and forgiveness of the ancient Israelites Do you trust the one Owingsville g ’ given them. found if believers would brought death. Sin still died on cross? 3“” Ham”, Minister Salt 109 Church Street, Salt Lick 3064 South Hwy. 11’ Calvin Lindell, Minister Sh sb . . Vernon Lambert, Minister ANYBODY FOR A Another woman ing for the hills! sides of her knee and 767 Main Street, Shafp§burg GOOD LAUGH? told me how I have .first—hand _-, then hung,gu.,1he calf,.of , D my Wieflkééftétif ,. 3 , , By Kathleen Perry mortified one day when knowledge on this next leg while she triedgev- maimade 6367 US 60 East ’ saltLiCkr 7 Ever have anything she locked her keys up one. I have ery way ‘to shake it loose. ’ ‘91 Wyoming Road, . Andy Lands’ Pastor really embarrassing in her car. This happened it before and it still sticks Finally, a quick side- OWingSViue Julie’s pen to you? Something so embarrassing you swear once you get home, you’re never stepping out that front door again! I have heard some real doozies in my life- in nearby town where luckily, she had friends who were Dispatchers at the Police Station. She gave them a call for help and waited patiently for them arrive and quiet- in my memory like glue on postage stamp. Have you ever down in a folding chair... and it folded? You hit the floor, don’t you? All this in room step shook it off, all the while praying that no one had seen what had just happened. She never looked back. Left that thing lay- ing where it fell! Steve Meadows’ Mlmster 77 East Main Street, Owingsville Father Arturo Molina Greater Bi“ Grimes, D e a c o n 247 Montgomery St., Sharpsburg Tony L Weathers, Pastor Sharpsburg . 575 Main Street, Sharpsburg Hedrick Shane Hemy’ Pasmr 5308 0“ Sand R030" 53“ time. I cringe every time 1y unlock her car. Arrive full of people who were And now for LiCk . . 241 Main Street, Sharpsburg . . . . , . Randall Jackson, Minister J B be M. . I hear woman, With they did. Quietly NOlThe conducting meeting! most embarrassmg thing Olumy a f, lnlstel’ tears running down her biggest firetruck the City With at least fifty pairs which was mentioned at Springs . , , , , , . cheeks, tell me again how owned screeched into the of eyes on her and every the beginning. This wom— 30cg‘12’6hd0fl EM!” 468 Main Street, Sharpsburg one day she came out of store’s parking lot si— owner trying their best an I really well was 7 Ofingsvilf’ermgs' Paula Smith, Pastor Wal Mart’s after couple rens blaring and lights ‘a not to laugh! pulling into the church Jason Leber’ Minister hours of shopping and flashingI. . Ju'st—how-d'oes- parking lot one Sunday O 2563 Wyoming Roadflwingsvine looked in her cars mir— With keys in hand, one-handle-that!!! Laugh? morning before she re- quev'g’lco’zmumw Gregg Whitt, Minister ror, to something dis— she was last seen, red- Cry? Pray? ( Answer-A alized she wasn’t alto- "'6 , 581 Cave Run Lake Rd., Salt . gusting on her nose! faced and in a huff, head— little of all.) gether there. No pearly Lick 10'; Igglltomml‘img “’6 Ihave a friend who whites. . Rev. Eddie Dennison, Pastor “ 0w" 03 ’ “5‘0" firl—BW—Mfi-fllflld 5756 Wallingford Rd., Flemingsburg, KY www.mountainviewmetal.com Bath County had a Pain-Patch come loose from' her sore knee and hit the grocery shopping Have mercy! What do people think of people like these? asking for a Les Ingram, Minister Midland God 11479 Easy Hwy. 60, Salt Lick Bush Stevenson, Pastor Sugar Grove 3841 N. Stepstone Road, Owingsville .- ,, :gimm'g-w »‘ an“ twain-es 2e- m,.‘v.e&'.i.'e. e fifiififi £95343: 1'. firiigflmtifiie‘mr day. It didn’t just loosen friend. r , Francis Nash, Minister and drop That would Ch ‘3‘? ’3’”, i“ ' I'IS - , V Hill of God ,3 been tOO easy. It 2396 Moorelsiffirry Rd., Salt 1215 W. T 61 Hill Road, flopped around on A public hearing will be held by Menifee at the courthouse on Monday, BUDGET HEARING REGARDING PROPOSED USE OF COUNTY ROAD AID AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE (LGEA) FUNDS A Owingsville Denms carmm’ Mlmswr Sherman Sparks, Minister Star 161 Harrisburg Ave., Owingsville Eric King, Minister Salt 5385 South Hwy. 211, Salt Lick Rezda McNabb, Minister April 5, 2021 at 9 am. for the purpose of obtaining citizens’ comments regarding - the possible uses of the County Road Aid (CRA) and Local Government Economic Assistanc (LGEA) Funds. ‘ ’ . . Mark Caldwell, Minister 6927 V€tera§i$€3gal nghway, All interested persons in Menifee County are invited to the hearing to submit Kevin Miles, Pastor verbal or written comments on possible uses of the CRA and LGEA Funds. Any New person(s) who cannot submit written comments or attend the public hearing but 907 Forge Hill Road ' wish to submit comments, should call the office of the county judge executive Owingsville ’ Oak at 606-768-3482 by Friday, April 2nd, 2021 so the arrangements can made to secure their comments. amount of $40. Published in the Menifee News-Outlook 03.18.21 This advertisement was paid for by the City of Frenchburg using tax dollars in the WE ENCOURAGE LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 2606 White Oak Road, Owingsville Jam’e Stump’ Munster Ron Weaver, Minister God 1086 West Hwy. 36, Owingsville Kenny Crouch, Minister Young’s God 3559 S. Hwy. 211, Salt Lick Vernon Gross, Pastor DEADLINES: Editorial copy deadline is 5 pm. Friday. Advertising copy with proof deadline 5 p.m_. Friday, advertising copy without proof, 10 am. Friday. Classified advertising deadline 10 am. Tuesday. 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