The Rev. Dr. Christopher M. Hamlin serves as Pastor of the 128-
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Dr. Hamlin’s Reflection for Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015.
“A (person) that hath friends must shew (themselves) friendly: and there is a
Friend that sticketh closer than a brother (or sister).” – Proverbs 18.24 (KJV)
I treasure friendships and important relationships. A couple weeks ago, thanks to Facebook, I reconnected with a high school friend. We have not seen each other since graduating from high school. I played trombone, first chair and he played trombone, second chair. From the eight through the twelfth grades, we sat and marched next to each other in our high school bands – marching, concert, jazz, and honors. Although I occasionally thought of him, I did not inquire about him with other friends and he was not present at our last high school reunion a couple years ago. So, when I saw him responding to a Facebook posting made by my brother, I quickly chimed in and befriended him. We have enjoyed several conversations with each other since that initial posting.
The month of July prompted a lot of thoughts running through my mind. When you are confined to home for a lengthy period of time, you spend a lot of time alone with your thoughts. During the month of July, I pulled out photo albums and pictures I have collected and stored on jump drives and in various computer files.
Bible Study 12 noon
Youth Choir 9:00 am
Fellowship 9:00 am
Quiet Time 9:15 am
Sunday School 9:25 am
Deacon’s & Trustees’ Meeting 6:00 pm
Teacher Prep – 5:30
Bible Study – 6:15
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