Weekly Watch, September 28
Oftentimes we think of limits as a negative thing. Limits stop us from doing things we want to do. They hold us back. Even when limits are meant to keep us safe, like speed limits, we still don't like them. Many Psalms talk about how wonderful the law of the Lord is. How can God's law be wonderful? Rules, a good thing? Really? Well, as Christians, we have been saved from being slaves to sin, and are now alive in Christ! This means we want to thank God by serving and obeying Him. When we live our lives in a way that follows God's commands, we are putting limits on ourselves, but those limits are meant to protect us, sanctify us, and keep us close to Jesus, our Savior. At first, a life of obedience doesn't sound like much fun, but by God's grace we are lead to realize that, "His commands are not burdensome." (1 John 5:3)
Monday: Ham wraps, tater tots, cantaloupe
Tuesday: Sloppy Joes, potato wedges, corn, fruit cocktail
Wednesday: Beans, oven bread, celery sticks, peaches
Thursday: Meatloaf, broccoli, pears, bread
All meals are served with 1% milk. Menu is subject to change.
Last Friday the Volleyball and Football teams played their last games of the season. Both teams won at home! Congrats East Fork athletes!
Picture Day is September 29. Smile!