NLE is accepting applications for the ladies Fall Walk have you decided who you will sponsor? Have you started praying for God to put that lady on your heart? Meet with God today and ask who shall I send…..

A Long Weekend

Just A Thought…
With a long weekend on the horizon have you thought about how you will approach each day? How do you approach the day do you ask how God can use you each day? Do you trust the Holy Spirit to make your heart and mind receptive to his inspired words? Do you take time before church each Sunday to ask the Lord to make you attentive to the preacher so that you become a doer of the Word? Before you go to church this week, make sure to pray for your heart to be opened, then discuss what you learned from the sermon afterwards with friends or family. May your days be blessed….

NLE May Gathering

The NLE Gathering is this week on Thursday, May 17. Please join us at 6:30 for food and fellowship. Our meeting place will be Church Stone Rivers. All past pilgrims, community and their families are encouraged to be a part of this great fellowship time. Please join us!!

Scripture Reading — Luke 24:13-24

As they talked and discussed these things with each other, Jesus himself came up and walked along with them; but they were kept from recognizing him. — Luke 24:15-16

How could the disciples on the Emmaus road not recognize Jesus? They were returning from Jerusalem, where Jesus had been arrested, tried, tortured, crucified, and buried. Now his body was gone, amid rumors flying that he had risen from the grave.

Just a week earlier they probably had walked with Jesus as he rode a colt into Jerusalem. They had hoped he would declare himself king and take up the ancient throne of David. But instead he was arrested, sentenced, and then crucified. And now they heard tell of an empty tomb and a missing body! As they wandered home to Emmaus, they wondered about what might have been.
Read the balance of this devotional by Norman Brown: https://today.reframemedia.com/devotions/emmaus-road-walking-in-ignorance