Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Our Weekend In The Rearview Mirror

Even though we had planned for many months to be at Grace Fellowship with Pastor Isaacs and his great people in Elba, Alabama this weekend, it was not to be. It seems the bus conspired against us and we remain in Texas for another day or two. Of course, Texas is not a bad place to be stuck, especially when we are having great services!

I appreciate Pastor Jon Isaacs and his church understanding the position we are in here in Houston. It is tough knowing that I caused them to miss revival, but they are so gracious. I will do my best to make it up to them IF possible.

It really was a great weekend at Full Gospel Lighthouse in Sweeny, Texas. We sure appreciate Bro. Lamb inviting us to stay a few more nights and we have enjoyed the blessings of the Lord and the fellowship with the saints. The revival continued Friday, Saturday and both services Sunday. We even had church right through the Super Bowl and did not even have a big screen set up to watch it. Hallelujah!

I spent most of the day Friday at Prevost Houston and there was quite a bit accomplished. I will try to have a full report once we have a few hundred miles under our wheels, but there was an interesting development. Did you see the pictures yesterday?
Detroit 60 Series
I was not driving to Houston Saturday, so it kind of felt like I was cheating all day. I had more time to prepare for preaching, time with my family, a great lunch with the Pastor and some of his family and a wonderful service Saturday night. Yeah, it was a pretty good day.
1995 Prevost XL Fuel Injector Wiring Harness
Sunday was a great day too. We had two good services to close out the extended revival and a wonderful meal and fellowship Sunday at lunch. May God bless Pastor Larry Lamb and all of his great folks for treating us so well.

I was up and on the road early Monday morning. I was sitting in the parking lot at Prevost Houston by 6:30. It is hard to believe, but the traffic was already a zoo by that time going around Houston. The roads were wet and there was a heavy pea soup fog that became even worse after I came through it.

They slid the engine back into the BoggsMobile Monday. They have a few things to button up and then the guy from Mid Coast will program the new fuel injectors into the computer and we should be ready for a test drive. Pray, saints, pray.

Odie took a bunch of great pictures over the weekend and here they are. I hope you enjoy! Thank you for dropping in.


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