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, HOGANSVILI,E HOME NEWS - MM(Cll 30, 2000 - PAGE 3-B Spring Sprung in Your Life? re is a popular song that is Christmas time that is the most wonderful Christmas time spring isn&apos;t bad it was to drive down other day and see )eautiful sights of spring. flowering trees, the lg flowers, and bushes and smell of fresh- would just take the time that God creat- then we could realize goodnessofGod and winter fall and is wonderful, Ld July Fourth is won- Spring and Easter is i HAS BLESSED us with four seasons to savor and enjoy. We know the seasons are from God because His word tells us in Genesis 8:22, "While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not ceAtse." All around us the signs of spring are appearing, as the dead things of winter are giving way to the new life of spring The pleas- ure of new life is a pleasure that only God can give. Without the Lord above who Troy Rudolph White June 25, 1928 - March 24, 2000 Rudolph White, 71, of Franklin, died March 24 at LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted March 26 at Baptist Church in Hogansville. The Reverend Wesley Reverend R.C. Prescott, and the Reverend Ed White interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. J.C. Daniel, Donald Neese, Elmer Williams, Curtis Donnie Williamson, and Dr. Joe Almand. was born June 25, 1928 in Heft(n, Alabama, son of the la Wade White. Before making his home in Franklin lived in Hogansville most of his life and was a member Church. He retired from Uniroyal, Inc. and was r of the Hogansville MasqnicLodge and the Order of the Mr. White was preceded in death by a son, Doyle White. his wife, Mrs. Nancy M. White of Franklin; one son-in-law, Peggy and Greg Brand of Hogansville; one Donnie and Cindy White of Hogansville of LaGrange; one stepCaughter and stepson-in-law, Johnny Seymour of Hogaasville; two sisters Mrs. Ann Macie Borders, both of Anniston, Alabama; one broth- of Heft(n, Alabama; aeven grandchildren, Mandy of Newnan, Kim Johnson and Megan White of David Drake of Senoia, and Stephanie Peek and Judy Peek and three great grandchildren, Will Johnson, Jess(ca Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville arrangements. controls it all and keeps this uni- verse together, there would be no springtime to enjoy. The joys of waking up to the singing of birds, the smell of honeysuckle, the blow- ing of a soft breeze and the colors of eye pleasing flowers are simply blessings of the new life that our Heavenly Father gives in spring- time. It seems as if nothing could be better. But, believe it or not it can get better. The same new life that you enjoy second hand, (that is seeing other things coming to new life) you can enjoy first hand (that is you yourself coming to new life). THE BIBLE TELLS us in Second Corinthians chapter five and verse 17, "Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new crea- ture: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new." John also tells us in his gospel that Christ came that we might have life and that we might have it more abundantly. Just as life seems to wake up in the springtime, we as human beings can experience a life even greater than spring affords. The life that appears in the spring will grow during the summer, but when winter comes, it will "die" again. But the new life that is to be found in Christ, is a life that will never die. As a child of God you can enjoy springtime like life twelve months out of the year. Jesus said in John 10:28, 'And I give unto them eter- nal life; and they shall never per- ish." The word perish means to experience ruin or destruction. The green grass may turn brown, the beautiful flowers may wither.., And the trees may lose their leaves, but when spring has sprung in the heart of a believer, there will be no end to that new life. John 4:14 says, "But whosoever drinketh of the PINE MOUNTAIN AUCTION CENTER Pine Mountain, GA, GAL #2661 AUCTION Sunday, April 2nd. 2:00 PM DST 706-663.8552 800.638-9610 This sale consists of American and Victorian furniture, art, collectibles, antique furnishings and accessories, plus a local estate, over 400 lots too numerous to list. COMING SOON TO I have a lot in common with other friends, but you and I share Spa Pedicures at Dee's Tips IV. Toes Salon water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into ever- lasting life." JUST AS WE CAN see the signs of spring all around us, do the signs of a new life show up in your life? The life giving light of that sun and the refreshing rains bring on the life of spring, but it is only ill ttle Son of God that the signs of spring can be evident in human beings. John 3:16 says, "For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever beliv- eth in him shall never perish, but have ever lasting life." The same joy that spring brings can be expe- rienced in Christ whether it is spring, summer, winter or fall. " s " " i j,, Is Now Located at 123 West Main Street Downtown Mancheste', (in the former Dollar General Building) BOIg TOIIBHHHBH'I' Open Late Tuesdays  Thursdays se0u bl El]try II bee" We will be open each Tuesday and Thursduv imtil &O0 p.m. You're invited to test yotlr skill Oy shnoting m our Bow Tour'aametlt. Cash prtzex will t)e awarded Ratlzc use is also availubIcfor slghtitzg in uml pr.( tice Rent is $2.00 per day or $3000 per Vt'tlr (;fl till [JlF (|'C[dilY, iN the stor " : -....._ Need that Special , 'J 5 , ,, i ,,, 'I. ( "  Gt. 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