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__ HOGANSV]LLE ttOME NEWS - JUNE 15, 20b0 - PAGE 3B lenders Planned The Hogansville Optimist Club will be doing the Birthday adars this year. the past you have so generously supported the Kiwanis we hope you continue your support to our club. 00ible School Held Vacation Bible School is being held at Springfield Baptist rch in Hogansville through this Friday from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Rev. Joseph McGuire is the pastor. ghat is real? Is there more to ty than meets the eye? How know that I know anything? Ophers are not the only ones POnder these questions. ',Veryone wonders about aad everyone comes to their :lmderstanding. Some think llity is material and can be ived by the human senses. )a the other hand, there are who think reality is imma- 1 and can be known only by . Still others believe reali- * Physical and spiritual and *tat md reason are ways of Wing what is real. llIS WOULD BE called a eel view as described in the a: "When I applied my mind ow wisdom and to observe 's lal: r on earth-his eyes not ag sleep day or night-then I all ttt God has done. h one can comprehend what Oe n under the sun. Despite ffo s t, } search it out, man ot discover its meaning. ,von 'a wise man claims he cannot really compre- hend it." (Ecclesiastes 8:16-17 NIV) So, if one could see every- thing God does, one would real- ize that no one could truly under- stand. A quote from Hamlet by William Shakespeare explains this truth as well: "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." IN THIS WEEK'S lesson enti- tled, "How We Know What We Know," we delve more deeply into this fundamental question of life. Join us this Sunday to study God's word and praise the Lord for giv- ing us His gift of faith. "Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see. This is what the ancients were commended for." (Hebrews 11: 1-2 NIV) WMU Prayer and Mission Action Circles meet on Tuesday, June 13 at 7:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. We invite women of all ages to join us in fellowship and serv- ice. Y God shall supply all you , according tb His riches in by Chris t Jesus," Phllippians ClOd is our heavenly Father, Wants us to come to Him with aquests. [e wants us to listen to Him through His word. He has Swer for everything. P0r answered prayer we k You, Lord., e know You re always there o hear us when we call on Ie're grateful for Your care. ---J. David Brannon , never tires of our asking. nday we were blessed to ohn and Bonnie Eller from rd Hill ministering to us gh music and God's word. ro El ler': message Sunday Iliag was "Faith" from Sis 22:12. Sunday evening his message was "Loneliness," Psalm 23:1 and Deut. 31:8. Mable Williamson and Linda Ayers attended homecoming and decoration at Canneyhead in Heard County Sunday. A Prayer Our hands are raised to God on high to offer Him our love. To seek His aid in all our needs, His blessings from above. We pray for all who suffer or who feel the weight of years. For all whose hearts are weary that God may calm their fears. We offer God our thanks for all the stars in His bright skies. For flowers and trees and rich green fields For hope that never dies. Rev. Thomas Foy Frances RobinsonStaff IMPRESSIVE FLOWERS: This multi-colored hydrania is in the yard of Dorothy St. Clair at 311 Taliferro Drive and has huge blue, pink and purple blossoms. Mrs. St. Clair cuts back in the fall and roots the cuttings. 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