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Table Of Contents

Golden Nuggets from the Mountains
Baptism
The Faithfulness of God
The Family, a Blessing from God
The Power of Prayer and the Wisdom of God
Love Beyond Measure
God is Able
The Shepherd and His Sheep
The One Dollar Preacher
My Cup Runneth Over
Jesus Christ, the Rock of Ages
The Power of the Widow’s Mite
Thank God for Caring People
Sorgum Making Time
Little is Enough in the Hands of God
God’s Compassionate Mercy
Following Jesus
Credit Where Credit is Due
The Blessing of Giving
Lighthouse Mountain
The Night I Lost My Taste for Chocolate
The Joy of the Journey
When the Birds Hushed Their Singing
There is Power in the Blood
Jesus Christ, Our Great High Priest
Joy in the Midst of Conflict
When Good is not Good Enough
Thank God for His Provision
The Tootsie Roll Story
A Preacher Called Uncle Doc
Power for the Task
Conclusion
About the Book, “Golden Nuggets from the Mountains”
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Golden Nuggets from the Mountains

Golden Nuggets from the Mountains

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The late 1920' and early 1930's was the time of the Great Depression. Little or no work was available so people could earn money for survival. All mountain families grew vegetables, kept a milk cow and raised some hogs. Those who owned their mountain farms lived well by working hard and managing well. They cut timber to sell and earn a little money necessary for clothing and other things they couldn't grow. It was widely known that gold had been found in the mountains. Men would put in endless hours panning for gold in the small mountain streams. Now and then, someone would find a gold nugget. Most of the time, it would be the size of a pea or maybe the size of a marble. Gold was a symbol of wealth. When someone found a nugget and word got around, everyone would be talking about Uncle Ben striking it rich. However, I never knew of anyone selling his gold for a pile of money. One day, I realized that gold nuggets were not only present in these mountains, but that there were golden nuggets in the experiences of my life in these mountains. It is with great joy that I share these stories with anyone who cares to read them. Fred Lunsford
The late 1920' and early 1930's was the time of the Great Depression. Little or no work was available so people could earn money for survival. All mountain families grew vegetables, kept a milk cow and raised some hogs. Those who owned their mountain farms lived well by working hard and managing well. They cut timber to sell and earn a little money necessary for clothing and other things they couldn't grow. It was widely known that gold had been found in the mountains. Men would put in endless hours panning for gold in the small mountain streams. Now and then, someone would find a gold nugget. Most of the time, it would be the size of a pea or maybe the size of a marble. Gold was a symbol of wealth. When someone found a nugget and word got around, everyone would be talking about Uncle Ben striking it rich. However, I never knew of anyone selling his gold for a pile of money. One day, I realized that gold nuggets were not only present in these mountains, but that there were golden nuggets in the experiences of my life in these mountains. It is with great joy that I share these stories with anyone who cares to read them. Fred Lunsford

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