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News Outlook 4 - lune 10, 2021 COMMUNITY The opinion page does not reflect the views of the KyNewsGroup. Let’s Reason Together" urch Abounding Oakla Church of God Assembly of Cod 215 Old Oakley Road, Owingsville By Alton Norman - Owingsville Church of Christ 91 Banker Stu megsvflle Randy Hawkins . . Wes Crouch, Pastor 5410 E. Hwy. 60 East, Owungswlle - 606-261-9263 Olympia ofGod ' I Aguas fianquilas Centro 5583 East Hwy. 36, Olympia Billy Hunt, Pastor RESTRAINT (4) Restraint is the op- posite of indulgence. When God says, “You shall not...”, He is speaking of things in which you and I must not indulge. We must restrain, control, ourselves when temptations arrive at our doorstep. From the beginning, God expected us to practice restraint; He said to Cain, “If you do well, will you not be ac- practiced restraint when tempted by Potiphar’s Wife; he literally ran rather than indulge in sin against his master and his God (Genesis 3927-12). We have a choice when it comes to serving God and avoiding evil (Joshua 24:15); but we must remember that our choices always have con- sequences. If we choose to serve God and refrain from sin, great blessings are promised; but if we the goodness and severity of God: on those who fell, severity; but on you, good- ness, IF you continue in His goodness. Otherwise, you also will be cut off’ (Romans 11:22). Sadly, most people choose self-indulgence over self-control. Hosea and Micah prophesied at the same time in Israel’s history. Hosea tells us it was a time when the people did not practice restraint (Hosea 4:1, 2)., hunt their brother with deAdoracion/Still Waters Worship Center 177 Jackson Cemetary Road, Owingsville Keith Willoughby a net, that they may suc- cessfully do evil with both hands — the prince asks for gifts, the judge seeks a bribe, and the great man utters his evil desires; and they scheme together...” (Micah 7:2, 3). Israel was destroyed because the princes, the judges, and the great men, all of them, were greedy and fill both hands with evil gain. Indulgence in sin or Bath County First Apostolic Church 1226 McCarty Branch Rd Salt Lick, Ky. 40361 Pastor Daniel Flanery Bailey is Chapel Christian Church 2429 Water-Dell Road, Owingsville Ryan Utterback, Minister 01d Sprinyield Church 3569 Springfield Rd. Pastor Bro. Roy Stacy Services are 3:00PM on Sunday Owingsville Baptist Church 92 Coyle Street, Owingsville Chris Bailey, Minister Owingsville Church of Christ 5410 Highway 60 East Alton Norman, Minister Owingsville First Christian Church 11 East Main St., Owingsville cepted? And if you do not choose self-indulgence, we self-control: your 0110106; Chum}, do well,'sin lies at the door. will pay the price (Deuter- Micah said, “The faithful but remember the conse- 518 Bethel Ridge Road, And its desire is for you, onomy chapter 28). This man has perished from the quences! Bethel but you should rule over same rule applies even to- earth, and there is no one Thank you for reason- Rev. Richard Anderson it” (Genesis 4:7). Joseph day, “Therefore consider upright among men...they ing with me. Sean Bailey, Minister Owingsville First Church of God 320 Slate Ave., Owingsville Lowell Rice, Minister Beth el Methodist Church 142 Bethel School Lane, Owingsville United Bethel Methodist Church . 75 West Main St., Owingsville u Blevins Valley Daniel Burch, Pastor Christian Church , 1418 Blevins Valley Road, Pebble Church God Owingsville (Cleveland Assem bly) " Russell Ingram, Minister 4857 Oakley Pebble Road, By Chris Bailey, Pastor health. Today’s pressure and to grow and build (or yielding to the Holy Spirit’s . OngSVllle Owingsville Baptist and worry do not compare rebuild) when struggles work ill the heart and mind CgizzggfyusSEZE” Franklm R0”, Pam” Chum“ t0 etermty’s Peace T°day’s amve.’ 0f the behever- Hwy. 36, Owingsville Peeled Oak Christian Church hurt and disappomtment Behevers must focus Struggles no long work Bishop Jason Purdy 2592 Howard Mill/Peel“ Oak Life’s struggles do not do not compare to eter- and contemplate on the against us. They contrlb- Road,0wingsvi11e compare to the glory of nity’s blessing. Therefore, eternal to experience the ute to the strengthening City ofRefuge Bill Teegarden, Minister eternity. Ironically, the we must not let struggles blessings and growth. of our hearts. Our resolve Full Gospel Church . struggles work in us and consume, distract, or con- This means focusing and grows. Our walk with God 39 soualspmlg Road, 6; ‘gkgv'ug Chuggh £11619? k contribute to the coming fuse us. contemplating upon God’s is closer. Our understand— ympla a“ W)" ’ at ‘c Mike Munday, Minister Ralph White, Minister glory. So, we must View life with a focus on what is eternal, even though it is yet unseen. In doing so, we will not lose heart but grow stronger every day. This is the teaching of 2 Corinthians 4:16-18. Today’s suffering and The struggles serve to bring an informed perspec- tive that our finite exis- tence holds little meaning by comparison to eternity. The struggles bring a spir- itual maturity and endur- ance. They bring resolve and realization that there purposes for all that exists and upon God’s will for our lives. Believers should contemplate upon the blessings of hope, peace, and joy that God offers; This focus must be the issue of first priority that shapes the perspective in ing is clearer. If you are not growing and growing stronger, you are missing an important opportunity. You are not seeing with the right per- spective. You are vulner- able to the next struggle. What will that next Cornerstone Baptist Church 36 Cherry Lane, Salt Lick Jayson Minix, Minister East Fork Church of God 4428 East Fork Road, Owingsville Billy Harmon, Minister Preston First Church of God 7184 Preston Rd, Owingsville Terry Frerichs, Pastor Reynoldsville Christian Church 943 East Fork Road, Sharpsburg Doug Routt, Pastor Salt Lick Christian Church 109 Church Street, Salt Lick “Wk” Ch'is’ia” Chm" Calvin Lindell, Minister 3064 South Hwy. 11, Sharpsburg Morgan Gilty, Minister pain do not compare to is more. Believers should all of life’s experiences. struggle mean to you? eternity’s healing. and strive to be strengthened It means being open and Salt Lick First Church God 412 Main Street, Salt Lick Vernon Lambert, Minister 767 Main Street, Sharpsburg Lick Aydvayam’ Mugster Free Will Baptist Church ' G'n’we 6367 US 60 East, Salt Lick A FEW YEARS Regardless of what gravy and bacon and eggs. Bear! Nothing more than. 91 Wyoming Road, Andy Lands, Pastor CHANGE THINGS they are looking for, THEY We had Bagels and Cream 3 big cared rabbit that was Owingsville . , , By Kathleen Perry rule the roost! It’s a pun- Cheese, individual con— more scared of us than we Steve Meadows, Minister 77513;!"15/‘19 .3 Csa‘hol’gclu’c’in What a difference ishable offense to shoot tainers of apple sauce and were of it! gam:;nA$:tM(m‘:fsv‘ e a few years can” make! Some time ago we spent a few days in the cabin on the hill and sorta relaxed, cooking and eating! This time when the ten-year—old out-of-state granddaughter was look- ing for an “adventure” we one out of season. One must abide by the rules of KY Department of Fish and Wildlife that pertain to bears. But it’s just common sense to be aware of your surroundings. The people I know wouldn’t think of juice. Ummm! And Pop Tarts! One day we even made a run back into Frenchburg for a supply of dandy Chef Salads! And French fries and cheese- burgers all around. The first chore we We played Uno for hours before we turned in each night. To this day I don’t know how that ten- year-old beat me so often and so badly! To sum it up, we had a great time at the cabin. Not once did we have the Greater First Baptist Church 247 Montgomery St., Sharpsburg Tony L. Weathers, Pastor Hedrick Community Church 5308 Old Sand Road, Salt Lick Randall Jackson, Minister Bill Grimes, Deacon Sharpsburg Baptist Church 575 Main Street, Sharpsburg Shane Henry, Pastor Sharpsburg Christian Church 241 Main Street, Sharpsburg Johnny Baber, Minister decided to pack up and going into the same woods had when we arrived at TV or radio on! We ate, we Kendall Springs head for the hill again. We as a bear without a "pock- the cabin was sweeping played and we talked non- Church of Chris! 453 aware“, Stipmpsburg thought with honest-to- etful of rocks”! and cleaning up the place stop! . 3072 K89d311$Pflngsr paula Smith, pastor goodness reports of abear Determined, and which hadn’t been used But even though megswne being spotted in the area ' looking forward to our forawhile. The beds were walks were taken around 133°“ Leber’MiniSte” that we were going to, that weekend in the cabin, we made ready and a five- the hillside and through Slate Valley Christian Church (y 2563 Wyomlng Road, megsvrlle it would be even that much gathered everything to- gallon bucket located. One the weeds and grass and Chum, Gregg Whitt, Minister more interesting! gether that we thought we of the top bunks was used bushes, we never saw any 581 Cave Run Lake Rd“ Salt r , The reports of the would need, or couldn’t to hold the extra pillows, bears! Never heard them, Lick $311,303" gamma"? ghu’d‘ black bears were made by survive without. blankets and Betsy. never found any tracks, Rev. Eddie Dennison, Pastor Lest?an figfi’sterresto" people that we knew had A few years ago, We sat on the front never smelled ‘em! gr ’ not exaggerated! _One cou- when we visited the cabin, porch and watched and lis— So, we are still won- Midland Firs! Chum" 0!thd Gum ple had seen a bear in their yard four times in one day! And this was just across the hill from our cabin! This young black bear, or others just like it has also been seen numer- ous times in the vicinity we only took the basics like water, coffee, and stuff to cook on the wood- stove. This time we had ready-made sandwiches, a variety of Potato Chips, Doritos, Cheetos, Fritos, Cheezits, Chocolate Cov- tened for a long time that first evening for wildlife. We did get a glimpse of a couple of beautiful deer near the tree line. We heard a hoot owl which I failed miserably in try- ing to imitate. One time dering, and you probably are too, about that age- old bear question,,,,what bears really D0 or DON’T do. . ...in the woods! In the meantime, I’m going to secretly prac- tice up on my UNO skills. 11479 Easy Hwy. 60, Salt Lick Bush Stevenson, Pastor Moore’s Ferry Christian Church 2396 Moore’s Ferry Rd., Salt Lick Dennis Carman, Minister Christian Church 3841 N. Stepstone Road, Owingsville Francis Nash, Minister Tunnel Hill Church of God 1215 W. Tunnel Hill Road, Owingsville Sherman Sparks, Minister during the past few weeks. ered Pretzels, Sugar Cook- we saw tall weeds moving Can’t let that little UNO Experts say they are look- ice, and Peanut Butter Pie! and discovered shortly af- Whiz Kid beat me like that 1‘10"”: SW" Baptist Church Uppe, ing for food or companion: '. And for breakfast, ter that it was Little Bunny again! ‘ 161 ga‘T‘SbuifiAve" Church ofChrist ship. I . forget the biscuits and Foo-Foo, not Smoky The E . g‘ngsg’dl. 6. t 5385 South Hwy. 211, Salt Lick g no mg’ mls er Rezda McNabb, Minister H611) ante d Public Notice Mud Lick Church of God mm, Chapel Th M C Sh rifl'v Ofli - t- Second reading of a propose ordinance amending the Menifee County budget for 90b6,; IiLwy.ll36M'OI-yinpla 6927 veterans Memorial Highway, e 6 cc ounty e s cc ls accep mg app ca_ fiscal year 2021,to include unanfidpatedaceeipts for the following fundz-American . at ! a we ’1' "'11s er‘ ' ' Sharpsburg tions for part-time Court Security Officers. Stop by during Recovery Act and to include expenditure increases for the following fund: Ameri- Kevin Miles, Pastor - , - can Recovery Act which totals $630,206.00 will be held on Thursday, lune 24, 2021 Life Office hours and “wagon or call Office at at 8 am. at the Menifee County Courthouse. A copy of the ordinance will full text 907 Forge H111 Road, Ch . n. 606-768-3875 you an application. You is available for public inspection at the office of the county judge/executive during Owingsville "s 2606 White Oak Road, Owingsville normal business hours. . . Ron Weaver, Minister must be at least 21 years of age, have a GED or High School Jamie Stump, Minister Diploma and must not have a criminal record. Applicant This advertisement was paid for by the Menifee County Fiscal Court using tax dol- must be able to pass a drug test, polygraph and consent to la“ in the “mum °f 332' No?:§gdsvg:gg;o{:0d Young’s Valley Community Church a background check. Applicant must be able to attend 2 Published in the Menifee County News-Outlook 06.10.21 Owingsville Gad 3559 S. Hwy. 211, Salt Lick . Kenny Crouch Munster Vernon Gross, Pastor weeks training within the first year of employment. DEADLINES: Editorial copy deadline is 5 pm. Friday. Advertising copy with proof deadline 5 pm. Friday, advertising copy without proof, 10 am. Friday. Classified advertising deadline 10 am. Tuesday. 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