Saturday, December 20th 2014

Remembering Our Father’s Words – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for November 10, 2013, “Our Daily Bread” by: Marvin Williams *************************** Jim Davidson was climbing down Mount Rainier when he fell through a snow bridge and into a crevasse (a pitch-black, ice-walled crack in a glacier). As Jim stood bloodied and bruised in that dark ice cave, he reflected on his childhood and recalled how his father had repeatedly reminded him that he could accomplish great things if he pressed through adversity. Those words helped to sustain Jim as he spent the next 5 hours climbing […]

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Take Time To Ponder – Sunday Thought For The Day

The following was written for August 4, 2013, Our Daily Bread by: Dennis Fisher ************************** Parents love to remember the developmental milestones of their children. They will record in a baby book when their little ones first roll over, then crawl, and take their first steps. Often they will take photographs and save baby clothing to bring back the memories of those precious experiences. According to Luke 2:19, Mary, the mother of Jesus, kept a baby book of sorts—in her heart. She treasured the promises that had been given about […]

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A Song To Remember – Sunday Thought For The Day

THE FOLLOWING WAS WRITTEN FOR JANUARY 13, 2013 OUR DAILY BREAD BY: Jennifer Benson Schuldt *************** I was delighted when I received a free gift in the mail—a CD of Scripture set to music. After listening to it several times, some of the melodies took root in my mind. Before long, I could sing the words to a couple of verses in the book of Psalms without the help of the recording. Music can help us recall words and ideas we might otherwise forget. God knew that the Israelites would […]

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When Fear Creeps In – Sunday Thought For The Day

THE FOLLOWING WAS WRITTEN FOR 11/25/12 OUR DAILY BREAD BY: Jennifer Benson Schuldt: When my daughter exclaimed, “Mommy, a bug!” I looked where she was pointing and saw the largest spider I have ever encountered outside of a pet shop. Both the spider and I knew that he would not be allowed to stay in our house. And yet, as I faced him, I found I could not take one step closer to end the standoff. My pulse quickened. I swallowed and gave myself a pep-talk. Still, fear kept me […]

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