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The National #1 Song for Southern Gospel for October 2017 from "Singing News" Magazine:



  “Chain Breaker” 
Triumphant Quartet 


The National #1 Song for Adult Contemporary for October 2017 from 20thecountdownmagazine.com:

                  “Broken Things” 
Matthew West


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​VOLUNTEERS NEEDED 
The Bread Of Life Soup Kitchen is looking for volunteers for meal service on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 4-6pm to prepare and serve meals, wash dishes and cleanup. 
Whether it’s once a week or once a month, all volunteers are welcome to enjoy a free hot meal, including an entree, sides, drinks and dessert. For more information, call or text Michelle at 949-1424.  
“....Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me." Matt. 25:40. 

​The Word For You Today 
 Who Are you Relying On? Jesus said, “Here on earth you will have many trials” (Jn 16:33 NLT). You solve one problem, and another one comes along to take its place. They’re not all big but they’re all necessary to your spiritual growth. How do you assess the strength of something? By testing it! The Bible says: “Don’t be...shocked that you are going through testing...it will prepare you” (IPe 4:12-13 CEV). Some of your most 
life-enriching experiences will come during your worst moments-when your heart is broken, when you feel abandoned, when you’re out of options, when your pain levels go through the roof-and you turn to God. That’s when you learn to pray heartfelt, honest-to-God prayers. When you’re in pain you don’t have the energy for superficial ones. And that’s when you discover, “The Lord is close to the brokenhearted” (Ps 34:18 NLT). God could have kept Joseph out of prison, Daniel out of the lions’ den, Jeremiah out of the slimy pit, and Paul from being shipwrecked, but He didn’t. As a result, each one of them was drawn closer to God and impacted the world around them. Your problems force you to look to God and depend on Him instead of yourself. This is especially hard on superachievers like Paul. “We...saw how powerless we were to help ourselves; but that was good, for then we put everything into the hands of God, who alone could save us” (2 Co 1:9 TLB). You’ll never know what God can do until God is all you’ve got. So place your needs into His capable, loving hands, and watch what happens. This article was from “The Word For You Today” .If you would like to have your own copy, drop us a line with a gift of $20.00 or more (to cover our costs for buying and mailing it) giving us your address and we will be glad to send you a copy next quarter.

___________________________________________  The Presque Isle Wesleyan Church will be hosting the Carroll McKenna Thanksgiving again this year - serving those in our community that may not otherwise have a Thanksgiving meal. Meal delivery begins at 11am on November 23rd. FMI please call-764-5187.