One Last Day

Sunday was hectic, busy, fun, and so rewarding.  We drove to Litomysl for the worship.  With the folks in town from various places for the weekend of classes, it was difficult to add enough chairs for everyone to have a seat.  I taught a class and preached while six other men played some leading role in the assembly.  It was wonderful to see familiar faces, including one lady I have known for 25 years.  After a wonderfully encouraging gathering, we drove back to the village.  We enjoyed a lunch that included Czech dumplings and hand-pulled strudel.   Part of me wanted a nap after the meal, but I was happy to have another very good crowd gathered for a last 90-minute study.  Shortly after we finished, people began making their way home, and I began the process of getting to Brno for the lecture the following evening.

One response to “One Last Day

  1. Been reading and enjoying all your posts. The time is certainly going quickly. It must be difficult to leave at the end until the next trip. Thankfully, it sounds like there are good people carrying on all the time. We had a great singing service last night. Enjoy the remainder of your time with your friends and have safe travels home.

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