What is sweeter than honey?
Wishing a very Happy Birthday to a very special young lady...
Let us prove God, take Him at His Word, and see His faithfulness at work firsthand in our lives, just like Hannah did. Because God is able!
Whether you live or die, if you live in Christ or die in Christ, all is well.
Lois and Eunice—two women of whom very little is said, and yet very much can be learned.
So as one of our eaglets spreads his wings to fly away, we commit him anew into the hands of the One Who loves him with an everlasting love.
We do not know the difference we may make. All we can do is obey God when He calls us to do a thing, trusting Him with the results.
If you learn nothing from Dinah, learn this: No matter what you have been through, you are precious in God's sight.
Rachel start off a proud and shrewish young woman, but over the years she allowed God to humble her and give her a meek and quiet spirit, rich in patience. Perhaps Joseph learned these traits from his mother.
This is the Rueger version of the Opie version of a poem learned by George Sweetman, of Wincanton in Somerset, England, in his childhood, c. 1842.