What’s Up?

A lot, it seems. Things are getting kind of hectic in my life these days. But, that seems to be situation normal. Anyway, I would like you to pray for Brother Hughes Kincaid. Brother Kincaid is 91 years old, and he is getting ready to cross over into glory. Brother Kincaid was saved in 1946 and has been preaching the Gospel ever since. He pastored several churches in our area, and enjoyed great success as a pastor. The Lord blessed his life and has used him in many wonderful ways. Brother Kincaid is one of the greatest prayer warriors I have ever met. He loves the Lord, he loves to talk to the Lord and he loves to pray for people and their needs. His greatest burden, however, is the souls of lost people. He has always been faithful to share the Gospel and he has been used of the Lord to lead many people to faith in Christ. Brother Kincaid is at our local Hospice now, just a short time from going home to glory. Pray for Hughes Kincaid and his family. Heaven’s gain is about to be earth’s loss.

The annual Jubilee begins tonight at Hibriten Baptist Church here in Lenoir. Please pray for the meeting, for Pastor Douglas Cox as he leads the meeting, and for this preacher as he tries to preach the meeting. I am looking forward to it, but I do not feel prepared physically or spiritually. God knows about those things and He is more than sufficient to overcome my inadequacies. This meeting begins tonight and continues through Thursday. Then, on Friday, I will preaching at River Valley Baptist in Morganton, where Brother Kenneth Shew is Pastor. Brother Jobie Borders, the Pastor of Blairs Fork Baptist in Lenoir, and I will be preaching there. Please pray for the service.

Well, it’s time to go teach my class at the Bible College. Then, I will make a couple of visits before returning home to prepare for the meeting tonight. God bless you folks and thanks for stopping by our humble corner of the Internet.

Alan Carr

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s