The Coshocton County Beacon September 10, 2020 - Page 20

20 • The Beacon September 10, 2020 Public Record Death notices Robert “Rob” Christopher Jacobs, 50 of Coshocton, passed away Aug. 24, 2020. A funeral service took place at Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery on Friday, Aug. 28. For more information visit www.given-dawson-paisleyfh.com. James A. Hale, 86 of Coshocton, passed away at Select Specialty Hospital in Newark on Friday, Aug. 28, 2020. Private family graveside services were held at Fairfield By Tara Gracyk No matter your political or spiritual beliefs, there is one thing most everyone in the world can agree on, and that is the year 2020 has been a year like no other, a year full of chaos and craziness, the likes of which have not been seen before. From a world-wide pandemic, to an economic fall, to a lockdown like the world has not experienced in its history, to a social unrest that rivals the worst the world has seen in years past, the world as we knew it even a year ago has changed drastically. Families have suffered financially in ways they never dreamt they would. The school system has had to adjust to ever-changing health recommendations and plan for a school year like no other. Parents have been forced to take on roles they had not planned to. Companies and businesses all over the country were required to shut down, and - WEEKLY CROSSWORD - ANSWERS Cemetery in West Lafayette. For more information visit www.themillerfuneralhome.com. Friederike “Rike” (Bemfert) Hawthorne Eick, 85 of Coshocton, died Aug. 31, 2020, at OSU Medical Center in Columbus. A graveside service was held Sept. 5 at Valley View Cemetery on state Route 60 in Warsaw. For more information visit www.fischerfuneralhome.com. Max Lee Ruble, 80 of West Lafayette, went some closed altogether. Churches also closed their doors, and some still have not reopened. Workers in every field experienced either job loss or had to learn how to work from home. Some workers had to continue to work, knowing their health was at risk by doing so. People were asked to stay home. Some were quarantined, and some were (and are) afraid to leave their homes. And people have died without loved ones beside them because not even family members were allowed in the rooms or the facilities. People have experienced a whirlwind of emotions over the course of several months: fear, anxiety, anger, frustration, irritation and depression, just to name a few. Individuals have asked the questions: What is going on? Is this the end of the world? Is God judging us? When will things get back to normal? Will they get back to normal? Many have felt powerless. Some have wondered, “Is there anything I can do about what is going on? Is there anything I can do to help the world get back to the world we once knew?” People have been searching for hope, security and peace. And in a time of so much uncertainty, in a time with so much social unrest, it is crucial for individuals to find and have a sense of hope. It is vital communities gather together, join together in unity and in harmony, setting aside their differences and combining their efforts for the greater good of one another, their community and the future of America and the world. The Rev. Billy Graham to be with his wife on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020, at Lafayette Pointe Care Center in West Lafayette. Funeral services were held at Miller Funeral Home on Friday, Sept. 4. For more information visit www.themillerfuneralhome.com. Donna J. Shaffer, 88, passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020, at her daughter’s residence. A graveside funeral service took place Sept. 5 at Franklin Cemetery on state Route 83. For more information visit www. fischerfuneralhome.com. Craig A. Simmons, 52, passed away at his home on Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020. Per the family’s wishes a private graveside service will be held for Craig at Plainfield Cemetery. For more information visit www.themillerfuneralhome.com. Coshocton to take part in a day of prayer event BANKRUPTCY Mitchell Marczewski • Personal & Small Business • Call for Free Publication “The 10 Most Common Questions about Bankruptcy” • Stop Creditor Harassment, Repossession, Garnishment and Sheriff Sales • Save Your Home and Car • Emergency Filing Available We are a debt relief agency and help people file bankruptcy under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Marczewski Law Offices 1020 Maple Ave., Zanesville (next to Dr. Adornetto) 740-453-8900 | www.zanesvillelawyer.com BF-00491169 File In Coshocton there will be a group of pastors, reverends and spiritual leaders from all across the county who will meet together at the court square on Saturday, Sept. 26 from 5-8 p.m. to pray for the community; its police departments, EMTs, mayors and city council members; and the nation. The event will be open to the public, and everyone is invited to attend. Hand sanitizer, ice water, masks and Porta Potties will be available to those in attendance. Attendees are asked to bring their own chair. once said, “To get nations back on their feet, we must first get down on our knees.” And on Saturday, Sept. 26, there will be an opportunity to do just that as all across the globe groups will meet to join together in prayer. A national group of leaders said America is experiencing a critical time in which it has been warned and that by the mercy of God it has been granted a time of reprieve in which the American people can turn and repent and ask God to spare the land from destruction. The group, which is led by Jonathan Cahn and Kevin Jessip and others, has started a national and global movement called The Return. In their article, “What Will Move America from Rebellion to Redemption?,” Cahn and Jessip write that their hope and prayer is The Return will take “human beings everywhere from rebellion to redemption.” Cahn also stated in an article about his book, “The Harbinger II: The Return,” “Without repentance there can be no revival. And without revival America has no hope.” In his video announcement for The Return, Cahn quotes the scripture, II Chronicles 7:14, “Then if my people who are called by my name will humble See PRAYER Page 21