Monthly Archives: November 2017

My daily bread…

What is your daily bread?  What is it you need, that only God can provide?   Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Proclamation

Originally posted on Reveds's Blog:
As we take time this week to celebrate Thanksgiving this year, I thought I would share George Washington’s Thanksgiving proclamation. While Thanksgiving would not become an officially recognized national holiday until established by Lincoln…

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The Praying Parent

Better a roofless house than a prayerless one; better beg one’s bread with prayer than deny God by a neglect of this chief means of domestic property. Continue reading

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Deliver us from evil…

Today our alabaster cities have become tarnished, and with eyes dimmed by tears we cry, “Deliver us from evil.” Continue reading

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Martin Luther: On Marriage

The following are some quick quotes from Martin Luther on the estate of marriage (quotes are copied from “A Monk Marries” from Christian History Magazine, issue 39, 1993). There’s a lot to get used to in the first years of marriage. One … Continue reading

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On Christian Freedom

“There is no more terrible disaster with which the wrath of God can afflict men than a famine of the hearing of his Word.” Martin Luther Continue reading

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