The 6/6 evening service at Walker Bible Baptist Church in Lansing MI begins with the guitar trio again, playing The Family of God again.
Pastor Garver (aka Brother David) tells them his wife is now the "producer" of their service videos, and milks them for some applause for her, then says "she alright for a white girl, I'm tellin' ya, she's not bad at all."
He says the credits will list him as "extremely handsome pastor."
Gary moans through the prayer, and the pastor announces that Gary will be coming back next June and they will be having a camp meeting under the tent. After some salvation-blather, he reminds them that Gary, the missionary coming to visit next week, and the parsonage project all need money.
But only if God puts it on their hearts.
The teens with the guitars sing a song I couldn't find anywhere, about how they can't wait until Sunday, because church. Then all sing At Calvary, the Hawkinses sing something, but I fast forward.
Pastor reminds them of Gary's need for $5000 for his truck before the offering.
After the offering, the pastor tells them to "love on sister," meaning Becky, "livin' on the road's not easy, and she's also outnumbered in the house, so that can't make it to easy either."
Becky says "No. I miss my girls."
Gary comes up, and talks about his plans to come back. He may also see them in November, because he will be coming to Michigan for another church. He says the only thing he doesn't like about coming there in November is that "y'all could have snow," and some wag warns him "No cussin' in church!"
After his thank-yous, he announces a verse. It's very short - Proverbs 25:25: As cold waters to a thirsty soul, so is good news from a far country.
With the help of the Lord, Gary wants to preach There is Good News.
He does several minutes, of course, about how there is no good news from the TV, Facebook, radio, etc. It's from the pulpit - sometimes.
Gary mentions the three heavens - I never heard him talk about that before.
Gary has a comforter, and he tells them about how Brother McFadden is comforted. Some vague Becky-bashing follows.
Jesus loves Gary, and Gary can't figure out why, because he knows he doesn't deserve it.
While talking about all of things God gave him recently (that actually came from other people, of course), Gary tells us that, yesterday, God let him walk about a mile and a half from where his vehicle was broken down, and walk back with the part he needed.
Yes, the van broke down yet again.
Gary's on the winning side. Screaming about this, back and forth, ensues.
"Joe Bahden's a loser." Gary's not talking about the election, he's talking about not being saved.
He talks about Mrs. McFadden's great death again, and the preacher who fell over dead just after putting his money in the collection plate.
Gary reads Hebrews 13:14 - well, sort of.
KJV: For here have we no continuing city, but we seek one to come.