We rotate the duty each week so that everybody gets a turn at providing the treats for our class. Now, every time I sign up for this voluntary duty, I think, this week I will do something different. So, I diligently take the time to pore over recipes, Googling this and that, looking at and drooling over different breakfast cookies, muffins, coffeecakes, etc. This week I found a recipe that sounds so good: French Breakfast Muffins. (I have got to take time to make these!)
And then when Saturday has come and it's time to bake, what do you think? Without fail, I go to my standard offering:
|Sour Cream Bundt Coffee Cake|
(I sprinkle mine with powdered sugar, but have also put glaze on it.)
So now my cake is in the oven and it will soon be time to pull it out. It has always come easily out of the pan without fail and then it will be time for the pleading.
I love making this cake for our life group ... over the years they have been a group of friends you could count on without fail. Through thick and thin, troubles and trials, heartaches and happiness, they have encouraged, lifted up, prayed, and been "just plain fun" to be with throughout the years.
Here are a few of the guys from our group. The cake on this particular occasion was for the wedding of one of the couples in our group. Their love and appreciation for Second Wind was so great that they wanted to have their wedding on Sunday morning! Sweet! That is just one of the many examples of the caring and sharing that goes on here without fail!
Wow! I hit publish.
Then realized I failed to mention that the one this class is centered upon:
He never fails.
He never fails.