Good bye Niagara Falls
Day 14 – Saturday, June 8 (110mi)
Cincinnati, Ohio to Sellersburg, Indiana.
A very short fast ride to our kiddos.
Oh yeah…. the GRANDS.
They are located not far off our path as we are now headed to the Smokies.
And a good time to have a pit-stop-new back wheel.
It just almost always happens one of us needs a new tire. We knew my back tire could not complete this journey.
Al sent a glympse. Our family has the glympse app on our phones. This means we send a glympse and they can see our traveling path – watching us in progress, makes it fun for them.
They track us all the way into their neighborhood.
And there they were, all 6 of them standing in their front yard waving.
Now that is JOY. Blessings of God.
It’s a clamor of love and greetings.
We lunched and played cars, put puzzles together and later I put on my swim suit and jumped in their pool with them.
Their bloodhound dog howls demands at them and it is a mess of constant activity.
I snuck off for a nap.
3 year old Lucius finds me. Memaw, Memaw, Memaw over and over he finds me. I heard him say to his momma – I like MeMaw.
Melt my Memaw heart.
ZZZZZZ ahhh sleep
Tomorrow is Sunday.
Day 15 – Sunday, June 9th
Church with the kiddos.
Their church is the church home of many professors and theologians of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Our minister of message this morning was Tom Schreiner, he is a scholar of Paul’s Epistles and if you use an English Standard Study Bible, he is the writer of all the study notes of those Epistles. He preached a great sermon from Galatians 3.
22 But the Scripture imprisoned everything under sin, so that the promise by faith in Jesus Christ might be given to those who believe.
23 Now before faith came, we were held captive under the law, imprisoned until the coming faith would be revealed.
24 So then, the law was our guardian until Christ came, in order that we might be justified by faith.
25 But now that faith has come, we are no longer under a guardian,
26 for in Christ Jesus you are all sons of God, through faith.
Happy Trails to you