Condolence: My condolences to all the Evans family. Losing those we love is never easy. I know that Mr. Ernest will be missed by many. May we all look forward to the day when death will be swallowed up forever and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will certainly wipe the tears from all faces. (Isaiah 25:8)
Condolence: Mrs. Wilma, and Paula,
I was so sorry to hear about Mr. Earnest. He was such a good Christian man who loved GOD. What a time he is having right now thanking GOD for all his goodness and grace. God was ready for his tresure to come home. Praying for comfort at this difficult time.
Condolence: To Mrs Wilma and all of Brother Ernest family members. My heart is saddened. Completely saddened. I have always had a special love for Brother Earnest and Mrs Wilma. He has watched me grow up. I loved running into him in town. I loved being around him at church camp growing up. I enjoyed him as our pastor and the man that provided a wonderful wedding ceremony for me and my wife. My wife was baptized by Brother Ernest. He shined a great love on our community and the macidonia association ABA for years. He loved hickory grove and central baptist. He will always be a part of me. The last few years he gave me some very good advice. Good Christian advice. Boy he could play the piano too, I always loved hearing him and Mrs Wilma play duets. He on the piano and her on the organ. Just a great all around guy! This past year or two I fixed his police scanner a few times. He would come up to the ambulance service and say! I’m back again. Think I’ve messed this thing up. I would get it fixed. Every time we would depart each other anywhere may it be at his house or in town a Walmart. He always said STEPHEN!! BROTHER Ernest LOVES YOU! I would reply I love you too Brother Ernest. He would look at me and say I mean that! I would say I know you do and thank you! My prayers are with Mrs Wilma Paula Bryan and all the family. Love you all!!