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Mary Crosslin- White Cliff News

My neighbors were involved
in a car accident
this weekend but was not
injured as reported by the
emergency rescue team,
but you should have seen
the vehicle. Thank God
there were no fatalities.
God spared their lives.
Monday, we celebrated
Columbus Day. Leotis Hopkins
visited me on Sunday
afternoon, also Virginia
Scott. They showed up
with my dinner. Thank you.
We still want to be careful
with the burning of
trash and any other debris,
because we are still on a
burn ban. Sometimes we
may think I can do this and
go ahead and set the trash
on fire. Take it from someone
who almost burned
their parents’ house down,
me. As soon as I lit the
fire, a wind came up and
the fire was on. It burned
over twenty acres of land
before the fire department
responded. So, please be
careful. There is a warning
from the Game Warden
to the deer hunters. They
are alerting the hunter to
be careful with the deer
they kill for consumption.
There have been reports
that some deer have been
found to be unhealthy.
For further information of
symptoms you might want
to call the proper authorities
to find out what to look
for. Our sympathy goes out
to the Nelson family in the
community of Oak Grove,
Arkansas. Our prayers are
with you.
Christian Refresher:
Finally, my brethren,
be strong in the Lord, and
in the power of his might.
Put on the whole armor of
God, that ye may be able
to stand against the wiles
of the devil. For we wrestle
not against flesh and blood,
but against principalities,
against powers, against the
rulers of the darkness of
this world, against spiritual
wickedness in high places.
Wherefore take unto you
the whole armor of God
that you may be able to
withstand in the evil day,
and having done all, to
stand. Stand therefore,
having your loins girt about
with truth, and having on
the breastplate of righteousness;
And your feet
shod with the preparation
of the gospel of peace.

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