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Tid Bits of Wisdom

From the Wonderful Word Publishers

May 2012 VOL. 6 NO. 5


Over 2000 years ago a man hung on the middle cross between two thieves. His name was Jesus, and He claimed to be the Son of God. Many were angry at Him because He said He was The Son of God. (John 10:36) They could accept this man as a great teacher but they could not see Him as God. The people were so angry at Jesus that they allowed a murderer to go free in order to crucify Him, even though noone found any fault in Him. Men still get angry today when we declare that Jesus is the only way and that there is no other way to God but through the Lord Jesus Christ. They get even angrier when we declare Jesus to be God. Jesus made many declarations about Himself and then He asked His disciples Who do you say I am? I believe Jesus would still ask the same question of each one of us today. Every man, woman and child must answer the question, Who was Jesus? Jesus said in John 14:6, I am the way the truth and the life. No man cometh unto the father, but by me. That statement makes it very clear that there is no other way to come to God the Father but through Jesus. The world does not believe this. Many religions today declare many roads to heaven, yet Jesus said He was the only road and the only way to the Heavenly Father. Jesus tells us He can do what no other man can do. He can birth us into the family of God, so that when we come before God all He can see is Jesus righteousness. There is no one else who has ever lived a perfect life and has totally pleased the Heavenly Father. This Jesus offers us His life if we will only believe. Jesus says, I am the truth. What is truth? Truth is anything that Jesus is, or speaks, or does, because He is the truth. Anything that opposes the Lord Jesus Christ is false. To know Him is to know Truth. The world runs to and fro seeking truth and it seems the last thing they seek is God. To seek God is to find Truth. Jesus says, I am the life. When we come into this world, we come in gasping for breath and as we breathe in the air, we began to live. But is this life? There is no life outside of the Lord Jesus Christ. Outside of Christ we only exist. There is a lacking in our soul until we come to know Christ who becomes our life. Our spirit is not quickened until we come to Christ.

He is coming! He is coming! You can almost hear the sound Of His footsteps at the threshold, And our hearts with gladness bound. All around us men are seeking, Turning blind eyes to the light, Longing, fearing, not yet daring To escape from sins dark night. Yet the message is so simple: I will surely come again. Tis the glad news of the Gospel Ringing sweetly through earths pain. When He comes, may I be ready, Watching, praying, working still. Though He tarry, may I daily Learn more perfectly His will. ----Author unknown (Taken for Bro. Clyde Box book,The Poetry of Preaching)

ED BECK, Father ERNEST BECK, Brother BILLIE LOU BECK, Cousin Pauline Beck

All are with the Lord and all three were born on April 5.

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(Continued from page 1) WHO WAS THAT MAN ON THE CROSS?

How sad it is to see believers refusing to do things Gods Way, ignoring the truth they find in scripture and living outside of the person of Christ. That would be like a millionaire living without his money. We who have come to believe in the Lord Jesus Christ have found the way, the truth and the life! Jesus said, I am the door: by me if any man enter in, he shall be saved, and shall go in and out, and find pasture. (John 10:9) What a treasure we have in Christ. We have the promise of salvation and we have the freedom to go in and out, plus the promise of finding pasture (feeding, nourishment). Jesus said, I am the good shepherd, and know my sheep, and am known of mine. (John 10:14) Jesus tells us that He knows us like the Father knows Him. He laid down His life for His sheep. There is no greater love than a love that will die for you. What a shepherd! Jesus said, I am come a light into the world, that whosoever believeth on me should not abide in darkness. John said that whosoever hateth his brother walketh in darkness! (I John 2:11) Jesus came to keep us out of darkness and we must learn to love our brethren so we can walk in this marvelous light. Jesus said, I am the true vine. (John 15:5) Jesus is the tree of life to us. He said, If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you. (John 15:7) There is no greater promise than this. Jesus said, I am the bread of life. (John 6:35) He said, ...he that cometh to me shall never hunger; and he that believeth on me shall never thirst. Can you imagine never being hungry or thirsty again, yet this is our promise. He is not talking about material food, but food for the soul. If you think being hungry and thirsty in the flesh is bad, just be hungry and thirsty in your spirit. The believer that abides in Christ is satisfied. Last, but not least, Jesus said, I am the resurrection and the life. It is appointed unto men once to die and then the judgment. Isnt it wonderful to know that when you give up the ghost one day, that your body will be resurrected and changed in a moment and a twinkling of the eye. Everything our heart desires in life is found in the person of the Lord Jesus Christ and that was who that man on the cross was. He was God in the flesh. He was perfect and therefore the grave could not hold Him. Why do we seek to find life in anything outside of the Lord Jesus Christ? He is our All and All.


The second night after her first husband died, she sat by the open chamber window, waiting and watching. What are you watching so intently out of the window? asked a sympathetic neighbor. Ive been waiting here, said the bereaved one, for five hours for them cats to begin fighting in the back yard, and then she mused to herself: This thing of going to sleep without a quarrel of some kind is so new that I cant stand it. Let me alone till they begin; then I can doze off gently!

Of all the gifts God ever gave, Theres one above all others; He never gave us quite so much As when He gave us mothers. Of all the prizes that we won, Theres one well love forever; The gift we know as mothers love, No power on earth can sever. Of all the treasures that we have, Theres one we hold more dearly; Next to our precious Saviours love, We love her most sincerely. O God above, we thank Thee for The mothers of all nations; Protect them with Thy steady hand And give them Your salvation ----Selected (Taken from Bro. Clyde Box book, The Poetry of Preaching)

Christ is All I need, Christ is All I need, All, All I need. He was crucified, For me He died, Christ is All I need. 2


The woman who drives from the back seat is no worse than the man who cooks from the dinner table.


Two young ladies were returning on a train from California. The parlor car was crowded with passengers. At a small station a woman in showy attire entered and demanded a whole section. The conductor, brakeman, porter and cook, who seemed to be impressed with the new passengers importance, tried hard to find where to put her. The lady was very blonde, very large, very richly clothed, and very swell. When they realized they could not get her a whole section she turned to the young ladies and said, Will you consent to take the upper berth and let me have the lower? Sorry, we cant oblige you, replied one of the pink-cheeked ladies, but really, we prefer to keep the lower berth ourselves. Then the big blonde straightened herself up, threw ineffable contempt and importance into her pale eyes, and said: Perhaps you dont know who I am? No, we dont, replied the ladies, in a tone of serene indifference. I will tell you, said the woman of silk and jewels, I am Mrs. Col. Dunley Wickersham. (Dunley Wickersham was known all along that end of the road as a great man; bushels of money, so much that he needs nothing more.) Are you, indeed? replied the maidens. Perhaps you dont know who I am? Mrs. Wickershams face said that she didnt, and also that she had some curiosity. Well, I am Mrs. Gen. Grant. And I, said her companion, who had hitherto kept silent, am Queen Victoria. (Taken from an old book, Wit and Humor of the Age.)


The Bible is not an amulet, a charm, a fetish, or a book that will work wonders by its very presence. It is a book that will work wonders in every life, here and hereafter, if acted upon and obeyed in faith and sincerity. It is Gods inspired revelation of the origin and destiny of all things, written in the most simple human language possible so that the most unlearned can understand and obey its teachings. It is self-interpreting and covers every subject of human knowledge and need now and forever. As a literary composition, the Bible is the most remarkable book ever made. It is divine library of 66 books, some of considerable size, and others no larger than a tract. These books include various forms of literature - history, biography, poetry, proverbial sayings, hymns, letters, directions for elaborate ritualistic worship, laws, parables, riddles, allegories, prophecy, drama, and others. They embrace all manner of literary styles in human expression. It is the book that reveals the mind of God, the state of man, the way of salvation, the doom of sinners, and the happiness of believers. Its doctrines are holy, its precepts binding, its histories true, and its decisions immutable. Read it to be wise, believe it to be safe, and practice it to be holy. The Bible contains light to direct you, food to support you, and comfort to cheer you. It is the travelers map, the pilgrims staff, the pilots compass, the soldiers sword, and the Christians charter. Here heaven is opened, and the gates of hell disclosed. Christ is its grand subject, our good is its design, and the glory of God its end. It should fill your memory, rule your heart, and guide your feet in righteousness and true holiness. Read it slowly, frequently, prayerfully, meditatively, searchingly, devotionally, and study it constantly, perseveringly, and industriously. Read it through and through until it becomes part of your being and generates faith that will move mountains. The Bible is a mine of wealth, the source of health, and a world of pleasure. It is given to you in this life, will be opened at the judgment, and will stand forever. It involves the highest responsibility, will reward the least to the greatest of labor, and will condemn all who trifle with its sacred contents. (Taken from the Drake Annotated KJV Reference Bible)
I have found that no kisses can ever compare to mom kisses, because mom kisses can heal anything. You can have a hangnail, a broken heart, or catatonic schizophrenia; with moms, one kiss and youre fine.


Why can we remember the tiniest detail that has happened to us, and not remember how many times we have told it to the same person? Television enables you to be entertained in your home by people you wouldnt have in your home.
Before I got married I had six theories about bringing up children; now I have six children and no theories.


By Gloria Brewster


A woman when she is in travail hath sorrow, because her hour is come: but as soon as she is delivered of the child, she remembereth no more the anguish, for joy that a man is born into the world. John 16:21
I was seventeen when I gave birth to my first child and I was a little bit fearful. The unknown can sometimes get the best of you. My daddy realized I had some concerns and read John 16:21 to me. Now, I took that verse literally. I thought it meant that the minute the baby came forth I would have no memory of the pain. When the family came in to see me and our son, Tom, I told daddy that verse wasnt true. The verse is very true, I just misinterpreted it. It doesnt say she will not remember the pain, it says she will not remember the anguish. Anguish means pressure! We talk about the pain forever to our friends, but we do forget the pressure quickly or we would never have another child. About five months into my next pregnancy it all began to come back to me and I thought, What have I done? You cant turn around at that point! What is it that makes us forget the anguish of child birth? It is that first look into the babys eyes. That child is a real, living person and that child came forth from us. How awesome is that? The scripture says a man is born. May I remind you that God only created ONE man and that man was a male and female. Whether we birth a son or a daughter we are birthing a man. If we birth a son, he is to carry on our name and bless or curse the family. If we birth a daughter, she is a gift that we prepare for someone elses name and she will either bless their name or curse their name. She might remain at home and bless her fathers house, but most likely she will be given in marriage to another name. Have you noticed how all the countries mistreat women? Why? Because they are not God-fearing people and they live for SELF and not others. Only God-fearing people understand the importance of a womans place and the blessings that come by serving others. The family that raises a daughter invests their time and money to bring her to a place of value and then they give her to someone else. She is a sacrificial gift, hopefully given in love to someone elses life. Thats why in some countries they pay to get a wife. They are replacing some of what it cost her family to raise her. My dear father had two daughters and no son. Everything he invested in my sister and me went to the names Brewster and Yoakum. There was no one to carry on the name Krueger, but daddy treated us like we were diamonds, but then again, my daddy and my mother gave their lives to serving others.

upon because we stand against homosexuality. Today we are expected to accept anything that someone else thinks is right, but we judge by Gods Word. When a man joins himself to another man, or a woman joins herself to another woman, there is only one reason for doing so. That reason is self gratification. Unions between the same sex can never produce life. They may love children and want children but someone else will have to produce those children. Unions between the same sex do not honor Gods commandment to multiply and reproduce. Back to the reason we can forget the pressure of childbirth! I remember holding my son, Tom in my arms and being scared to death that I would hurt him. I wasnt even sure how to hold a baby, much less how to raise a baby. When I came home from the hospital my mother stayed with us for two days. I was sitting on the porch holding Tom as mother drove away and I began crying. I looked into Toms eyes and said, If your life depends on me you are in BIG trouble. I felt so inadequate, which is probably what saved both mylife and his. I wouldnt let him out of my sight. I had to have him close enough to hear him breathe at night. I guess I was a little over-protective, but I wasnt as bad as my children make me out to be. Our oldest son, Tom, jokingly told our youngest son Joe, When you get to be 21, mother will let you ride your bike across the street. They get a big kick out of ribbing me now. Being a mother is a great responsibility.

I must say something here before I go on. As Christians, we are looked down

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Motherhood is, perhaps, the most immediately recognizable and vital role in the life MOTHERHOOD of a human. Research shows that infants prefer the sound of their mothers voice above all other voices from the moment of birth, which is to be expected since that is the most common voice the child will hear as a developing fetus. Before we even have the ability to comprehend the definition of mother, we are surrounded by the sensation, the essence, and the care that is mother. My earliest memories of my mother are hard to describe, but as far back as my memory takes me, I recall an expectation of provision and affection. From the moment I was born, I imagine my mother and father spent endless hours providing me with the necessities of life and lavishing affection on me in ways I will probably never be able to fully appreciate. Parenthood is a major undertaking and motherhood an even more specialized part of parenting. Today I am a father, anxious to lavish the provision and affection on my children that I received as a child, and yet, I detect a need in my children which I cannot fill as a father, regardless of how awesome I am. They need a mother. I will always be compelled to answer the familiar call of mothers voice; I will always associate the sound of my mothers voice with the ideas of provision and affection. A mother, according to is defined as a female parent or a woman who has given birth to a child, but the definition I developed in my own mind while growing up was much more personal. I was blessed to have a home where I always felt confident that I would be provided for and loved. From an early age, my mother and father taught me principles of godly living in addition to the basics of existence which every child needs to know, and though we did not have much money growing up, I never recall feeling poor or deprived. Indeed, I can agree with the words of Abraham Lincoln when he said, I regard no man as poor who has a godly mother. Both of my parents worked hard to provide an environment of security and love. My mother invested her day in schooling me and taking care of the home, as well as counseling and helping other people as often as she could; it was those impressions that firmly shaped the way I chose to live when I began making my own decisions. A mother, for me, was a caretaker; not just my caretaker, but a caretaker for anyone who needed one, which is great because everyone needs a mother. The idea of motherhood is paramount in Scripture, attached to some of the central themes of Christianity. In Isaiah 66, God draws a parallel between the city of Jerusalem and a mother, stating Rejoice ye with Jerusalem, and be glad with her, all ye that love her: rejoice for joy with her, all ye that mourn for her: 11 That ye may suck, and be satisfied with the breasts of her consolations; that ye may milk out, and be delighted with the abundance of her glory. 12 For thus saith the LORD, Behold, I will extend peace to her like a river, and the glory of the Gentiles like a flowing stream: then shall ye suck, ye shall be borne upon her sides, and be dandled upon her knees. 13 As one whom his mother comforteth, so will I comfort you; and ye shall be comforted in Jerusalem. He further extends to metaphor to say that, not only will the city of Jerusalem provide and comfort the people, but God Himself will comfort the people as a mother might comfort a child. In a troubled time, the promise of a mother-like comfort was surely a hope that could raise the spirit of an entire nation. Although women were not usually linked through genealogies or put into positions of political power in Biblical times, no one could downplay the importance of Hannah, Mary, Elizabeth, Abigail, and Eve to name a few. Truly, the Bible is a catalogue of illustrations on how a mother can influence her child to his ruin or redemption. Personally, I wouldnt care what anyone else said, I would not trade my mother for all the wealth in the world, nor would I hesitate to remind people who care to

applaud me that it was the influence of a godly father and mother who pressed me toward any success I might be able to claim. My mother (and father of course, but this article is on mothers, so she gets all the attention this time) exposed me to ideas such as nothing is impossible, I can do all things, love the Lord thy God, do unto others as you would have them do unto you, let not the sun go down on your wrath, and many more which still ring in my mind today, not only because I heard them, but because I saw them in my mother. My father always treated my mother with the utmost respect, teaching me from the time I could understand that she was special, and worthy of praise and respect. If you dont have an active mother in your life, I have one who has proved her ability to be a mother to just about anyone. I recall a conversation between Wendy and Peter in the movie Peter Pan (2003) that went something like this: Wendy: Where do you live? Peter: Second to the right, and then straight on till morning. Wendy: They put that on the letters? Peter: Don't get any letters. Wendy: But your mother gets letters. Peter: Don't have a mother. Wendy: No wonder you were crying. Truly, it would be a sad world without mothers, for mothers are more than just women who give birth to children; they are providers, givers of affection, and teachers that impart to their offspring truths that have been repeated from mother to mother since the beginning of time. That is not a definition every child can claim for his mother, but, if you are not familiar with the concept of motherhood in a literal sense or have never known an earthly mother, Im pretty sure my mother would tell you the same thing I am going to tell you now: there is one who sticks closer than a brother (or a mother) and never leaves you or forsakes you. If you have knowledge of God, and Gods ability to comfort and provide, then you know how a mother should be, and if you are interested in meeting a good example on earth, I would be happy to introduce you to mine. On behalf of children everywhere, and we are all children, thank you mom! A mothers job may never end, but neither does her legacy. I am thankful our nation recognizes the importance of mothers. So, this Mothers Day, let Her children arise up, and call her blessed. Happy Mothers Day!

(Author unknown)

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We are our childrens nourishment, so we must be available for their daily needs. While they lay in our bosom our spirits minister to them. If we are peaceful, most likely they will be peaceful. If we are troubled, most likely they will be troubled. When we are scared, they are scared, even though they dont know why. Our spirits minister to them from the very first time we hold them. They are totally dependent upon us to make sure they are fed, are clean, and kept safe. A child should feel safe in his mothers arms. It is a mothers job to wean her child. Psalms 131 is three verses long and it tells us what a mother should do to wean her child. Weaning is more than removing from the breast, it is building character in that child that will cause others to want to be around them, instead of wanting to run when they see them coming! What Psalms 131 teaches is self control. If you have not taught your child self control you have left your child to themselves and they will destroy themselves as well as others in time to come. David tells Israel that they can rejoice and not worry because his mother weaned him well and as a king he knew how to act. None of us are going to have perfect children. Did you hear me? None of us! That means all of us are embarrassed once in a while by our children. The Bible says the church is for the perfecting of the saints, yet we are just shocked when someone does something ungodly. Well, the home is for the perfecting of the children and we shouldnt be surprised when they do something wrong. Its our job to train them and perfect them! If they were perfect they wouldnt need us, now would they? Discipline is such an important part of raising children, yet few parents seem to know how to discipline in love and still remain strict and righteous. Jerry and I had many battles over this in our early days. He was too rough and to strict and I was too soft and too lenient. We both had to find balance or destroy our children. Many homes brake up because of parents differances of correction. The three things that destroy homes are, parents differing about religion, money and correction of the children. If you are talking about marriage you had better make sure you agree about these three important parts of marriage.
Correction is grievous unto him that forsaketh the way: and he that hateth reproof shall die. Prov 15:10 Foolishness is bound in the heart of a child; but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him. Prov 22:15 Withhold not correction from the child: for if thou beatest him with the rod, he shall not die. Prov 23:13


We work to spare them pain, not to give them pain.

Even a child is known by his doings, whether his work be pure, and whether it be right. Prov 20:11 The rod and reproof give wisdom: but a child left to himself bringeth his mother to shame. Prov 29:15 Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. Prov 22:6

I would tell my children that God would be angry with them if they were disobedient children and I demanded obedience so God would show mercy to them. I didnt want God mad at my children, do you? Then you must correct them. Why is it that the MOTHER is the one who comes to shame when the children misbehave? Because she is responsible for their weaning, which is where they learn their manners and their wisdom. You have heard Prov. 22:6 many times I am sure, but often it is misquoted. Many believe this verse means that if we expose our children to truth and they depart from it they will one day come back to it, but, what the verse says is, Train up a child. A child that has learned and tasted that the Lord is good will desire to return to it, but if they have only heard the truth, yet never tasted it, they were not trained. I love the teen years, because I call them, Gods years of mercy. Everything we think we have taught our children, but they did not learn, comes to a head usually when they get to be teenagers. If they didnt misbehave, we wouldnt know what they have or have not learned. This is mercy and this is the last chance a parent has to teach before they become their own person. Yes, there is much sorrow in birthing and training a child, but it is worth it when you look into the eyes of that child that calls you MOTHER.

A lot of people misunderstand these verses and use them to justify their harsh correction of their children. God is not telling us to beat our children. To beat is to get revenge and that belongs to God. To correct is to turn around and that is to bless the childs life. I use to tell my children that as soon as their heart and spirit were corrected their punishment was over. I was not there to hurt them, but to help them. Did it hurt? Yes! But, they love me for it today. The spanking I gave did not hurt them as much as the penalty for their misconduct would have brought to their lives.


Last months paper turned out to be both March and April. Hopefully this will help us get back to being on time. These last two months have been trying times, but God has been there for every trial and as usual He made the way of escape. We can complain about the problems or we can praise the Lord for the victories. We choose to rejoice in our deliverer! These trials have been material and many Americans are going through things today. I am sure we are not alone. If you are in the midst of material trials, remember to cry out to the Lord, He loves to prove Himself strong on our behalf. Remember also, We have not, because we ask not! One of our trials was a propane gas leak under our house for three weeks and we did not know what it was. There was a terrible odor and we were lighting candles to rid the odor. It smelled like a dead rat. In desperation I put moth balls under the house. Have you ever smelled dead rat and moth balls together? At the same time we had a skunk in our barn. We were the stinky Brewsters for some time! We could have been blown to pieces at any time, yet the Lord kept us safe. We just say, Thank you Lord that we are alive to serve you. We are including a letter from a reader this month that wants to thank you for praying for them. She reminds me of the lepper that was healed and returned to thank the Lord. Often we never hear about the answers to prayer. We praise God for the work He has done with this family. We should not forget that there are many struggles going on in the body of Christ and we should pray for our body. We believers are the only examples of the person of Christ that the world will ever see and if we are being defeated, who will present our wonderful Lord to a lost and dying world. We are to pray one for another. Remember, if you would like to honor someone who has passed away, with a love gift to the paper, we will print their names in the next months paper. All gifts can be sent to Tid Bits of Wisdom, 1801 Old Hickory Trail, DeSoto, Texas, 75115. Our web address is on the back page. All gifts are tax deductible. This paper is paid for by faith through Gods people. We are Jerry and Gloria Brewster, born again servants of the Lord Jesus Christ, making ourselves available to Gods service. Letter from supporter: Hello! I wanted to thank you for sending me your monthly issues. They have been such a blessing to me. I wrote a few months ago after receiving a copy at a camp meeting after my husband walked out on me and our children. I read where you had posted that letter and asked prayer for my family. I was overwhelmed with a blessing that someone who didnt know me or my family would care that much for our family to pray. That encouraged me so much and I want to thank everyone who prayed for us. God is good! I am happy to report that God has answered prayers and put our family back together. My husband and I have enjoyed some sweet times together and with our children in past few months as God has been working on us. The devil has still been fighting every which way he can but God continues to bring victory and grace through it all. Thank you so much for your prayers and the encouragement and blessing I get from your paper. I will keep your ministry in my prayers. Never count God out or give up. He is the answer for all our needs no matter what we are facing each day. He is able to do so much more than what we could ask or think. There were many days I thought Id just give up but thank God for others who prayed when I couldnt utter a word and God was always there when I wanted to give up with the strength in Him to press on another

day. Im glad I didnt give up on God or my husband. I encourage anyone who is going through a rough time to keep on for Jesus and have faith and trust in Him. Things dont always work out in our time and in our way but God will be there with you working in ways you cannot see. We must trust and give it all to Him. God is still good even in the valley! Thank you again for being such a blessing. Mrs. E. I am sending this to honor my dad Ed Beck, and oldest brother Ernest Beck and cousin Billy Lou Beck, all having birthdays on April 5th. My daughter Sandra and I love getting your paper. We pray over them and discuss them each and every time we recieve them. We love you and pray for you. This is the time that whatever the Holy Spirit says unto you, DO IT. Praise the Lord Jesus. Keep up the good work you are doing. Much love and many prayers. Pauline C. God still answers prayer!!!! It is doleful living where the wife, instead of reverencing her husband, is always wrangling and railing at him. It must be a good thing when such women are horase, and it is a pity that they have not as many blisters on their tongues as they have teeth in their jaws. God save us all from wives who are angels in the streets, saints in the church, and devils at home! I have never tasted of such bitter herbs, but I pity from my very heart those who have this diet every day of their lives. Show me a loving husband, a worthy wife and good children. There is no more pleasing sight than that!


A true wife is her husbands better half, his lump of delight, his flower of beauty, his guardian angel, and his hearts treasure. He is rich so long as she lives. ---Spurgeon

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Happy The Home When God Is There 2 Tim 1:5

Happy the home when God is there, And love fills every breast; When one their wish, and one their prayer, And one their heavenly rest. Happy the home where Jesus' Name Is sweet to every ear; Where children early speak His fame, And parents hold Him dear. Happy the home where prayer is heard, And praise each day does rise; Where parents love the sacred Word And all its wisdom prize. Lord, let us in our homes agree This blessed peace to gain; Unite our hearts in love to Thee, And love to all will reign.

Ps 131 Lord, my heart is not haughty, nor mine eyes lofty: neither do I exercise myself in great matters, or in things too high for me. Surely I have behaved and quieted myself, as a child that is weaned of his mother: my soul is even as a weaned child. Let Israel hope in the Lord from henceforth and for ever. KJV

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