Red Roof Inn - Cincinnati East-Beechmont
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... meaning with no accompaniment, and it turned out quite well. Scott Moss gave the closing message of the Feast, taking a true story of a fallen hero from his hometown, and using John 3:16, developing the story and the verse it into a great message of hope for this soldier and all of mankind.
Soon after the service we hit the road, as we had a few hours to drive before spending the night in West Virginia.
This Feast has been full of great messages, fellowship, and fun with our Church family besides our physical family. I thoroughly enjoyed and benefited from President Kubik's webcast sermon yesterday afternoon. Kind of sobering, too, knowing how much there is to work on to be ready to be the Bride of Christ. I had never before realized how closely Psalm 15 and the Sermon on the Mount tie together. We also had a very helpful seminar ...
... is to go there before 7 am. Not a problem, since we are up before then anyway. I am glad we don't have to look for a laundrymat and drag all our clothes there and back.
Well, it's getting late and I should put some pics up here then go to bed. We have 8:30 am choir practice tomorrow morning again. It is a very small Feast choir, so I'm glad we are able to contribute. There are only two other ladies besides myself who are alto.
... during the sermon.
We had a delicious buffet breakfast this morning, in one of the hotel restaurants. We had been given 18 "free" tickets for 4 people for the whole Feast, so we'll make up the balance by eating our own cereal, etc. in our room. But it will be convenient to save four of the meal tickets for the Last Great Day.
After breakfast we did some Bible Study and I worked on this travel blog. Then it was time to get a quick lunch ...
... at Pigeon Forge, but PF wasn't holding Sabbath services today. As it turned out, a lot of people were attending in Knoxville today, on their way to otherr areas, such as Panama City Beach. I enjoyed meeting a few people from Michigan.
There were problems with feedback from the sound system, but everything worked out well enough. There was no sermonette or special music, so the service was a bit short,but no one complained, as everyone ...