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Tid Bits of Wisdom

From the Wonderful Word Publishers


June 2012 IN HONOR OF FATHERS

A MAN THAT MADE A DIFFERENCE IN HIS GENERATION


I want to write about a man that made a great contribution to the nation of Israel. You more than likely do not give him a lot of thought as you read your Bible, but when you look at his complete family you begin to see that he raised children that made a difference in their generation. I am sure that almost all of us understand the role of a father, but our generation does not seem to have wisdom or understanding as to the importance of a father or the opportunities that the fathers role includes.
As arrows are in the hand of a mighty man; so are children of the youth. Happy is the man that hath his quiver full of them: they shall not be ashamed, but they shall speak with the enemies in the gate. Ps 127:4-5

Children are like arrows in the hand of a mighty man. It takes strength to shoot an arrow and skill to direct that arrow to the target. There are certain things that a man must apply himself to if he is going to be successful with his wife and children. First he must decide who his enemy is! Until he makes a choice as to whether he will receive or reject Christ, he has not enlisted in the war. Oh, he belongs to Satan from the time of birth to salvation, but he may tell himself that he isnt fighting for Satan. In his mind he has not joined Satans soldiers, but without the Holy Spirit he can only do works of the flesh and anything done in the flesh cannot please God. Number one priority of man should be to deal with his soul so he can settle eternity and his family can define who their enemy is. Happy is the man that hath his quiver full of them! What is a full quiver? Is it one, two, six, twelve, or more? Just how many children should a man have? A quiver was a bag that a man would keep his arrows in. The size of the quiver would be determined by whatever the man planned to accomplish. The Bible doesnt tell man how many children he should father. My father and mother had five children. Gloria and I have had three and then added four foster children (arrows that someone else laid down). If you cant have children there are plenty that others have laid down that you could pick up and direct and teach to defeat the enemy. Our assistant pastor has nine children and one of our missionaries have eight children. All I know for sure is that when that quiver is full, that father should be happy.

Strength and stability do not come accidentally. If you see a person who has been a consistent and faithful Christian for many years, it is not a coincidence; it is the result of purposeful decisions they have made and followed over time. No one accomplishes great things for God by drifting.
IN MEMORY OF:
Mildred McCormick
Sister of Bobby Mayhew One of Tid Bits of Wisdoms first supporters

VOL. 6 NO. 6

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How many happy fathers do you see today? When fathers and mothers are not happy there is trouble in paradise! It means we have departed from Gods way and are trying to do it our way. Gods way brings happiness! The father would probably say, You just dont know my wife. No one could be happy with her! His wife is saying, You just do not know my husband. No one could be happy with him. The truth is, in the flesh none of us are any good, but I tell you if just one of you will start walking in the Spirit, instead of your flesh, you will begin to see happiness in that home. God intended fathers of children to be happy! Americans thinking is upside down. Just think of the many ways that America goes about to AVOID having children. Even as far as to kill the ones they conceive! There is something wrong with Americas thinking, wouldnt you agree? America decides to have children the same why they decide to buy a pet. Its a social status, not a work of the Lord. The command to man (male and female) was to multiply and replenish the earth! The goal of man should be to obey God and do all his works as unto the Lord. Children should be used to do the work of the Lord and fathers and mothers are commanded to prepare and direct them to do just that. A mother is to prepare that child by the way she weans that child and a father is to direct that child by the way he daily instructs his life by showing him or her (by example) how to defeat the enemy. If a father is not defeating the enemy in his own life how can he expect his children to defeat the enemy. They are learning either what to do or what not to do by watching their fathers. Now lets discuss the man in the Bible that was very successful at raising children that could defeat the enemy. That man was Jesse. We know nothing about his personal life except that he was known as an Old man at the time David came into the picture. Jesse had seven sons and two daughters. All seven of Jesses sons were acceptable in the eyes of the people and could have become king. They were all brought before Samuel and Samuel himself thought surely the firstborn would have been king. But, God does the choosing according to the heart and not the outward looks. Yet, all of Jesses sons were prepared to serve. He had raised them in such a way that they were prepared for service should the Lord call them. Were they perfect children? Oh no! They were prepared children. Jesses sons were, Eliab, Abinadab, Shimma, Nethaneel, Raddai, Ozem, David, and his two daughters were Zeruiah and Abigail. Zeruiahs sons were, Abishai, Joab, Asaheel. Abigails son was Amasa. If you will study each one of these people you will see the effect that Jesses life had on the kingdom of Israel. The first three sons of Jesse, Eliab, Abinadab and Shimma were mighty warriors in Sauls army as well as in Davids army. We dont know much about Nethaneel, Raddai or Ozem, but David of course was chosen to be king of Israel. Davids seed was chosen to rule the kingdom forever and Jesus came through the line of David. Do you think Jesse had any idea what God would do with his children when he was working to raise them and direct them as arrows toward the enemy? Not in his wildest thoughts could he imagine what God would do.

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While David was fighting Goliath, his brothers were fighting the rest of the Philistines. Jesse had four sons in that war. Davids brothers were listed as mighty men in Davids army also. This is already a great honor for Jesse to have sons so used of God, but that is not all Jesse did. Jesse had two daughters, whose sons were mighty men in the kingdom. Jesse invested in both his sons and his daughters lives. They all had a zeal for their kingdom. Jesses grandchildren were mighty men. Davids brother Shimma had a son named Jonathan that killed one of Goliaths brothers. Zeruiahs son, Abishai, saved Davids life in his old age by killing the giant that thought he had killed David. It was Abishai that went with David to find Saul in the cave. Abishai wanted to kill Saul but David wouldnt let him. Zeruiahs son, Joab, was Davids chief head of his army. He was second in command to David. Joab didnt handle things as righteously as David did, but he was a brave and mighty man. Zeruiahs son, Asaheel, was killed while pursuing the chief of Israels army. It was said that he was light of foot and he wasnt afraid to pursue trouble. Abigails son, Amasa, was who Absalom chose to be chief with him. Jesse produced some powerful children, daughters and grandchildren included. What are you doing as a father? If the Lord came to your house today and wanted to use one of your children for his Kingdom, would they have been prepared and directed to be straight arrows? We dont know the sorrows or troubles Jesse met in order to raise these children. We dont know what personality clashes they had or what money problems they encountered, we just know they were good at their work. These are the last days, fathers, and we need to have those arrows ready for the Masters use. ----Jerry Brewster

Dear Brethren in Christ,

I have been receiving Tid Bits of Wisdom for some time now. Thank you, it has been a blessing. We appreciate and can relate to you both in many ways. We too have been serving the Lord over fifty years in the pastorate going into churches that were ready to close and helping to get them revived again. It was a challenging and rewarding work as you too know with little pay. Our rewards have always been laid up in heaven. Our Heavenly Father has blessed us so abundantly over the years providing our every need and showering us beyond measure as we have trusted him for all things. He owns the cattle on a thousand hills and many is the time that he has sold a cow for us! God gave us a child after 17 years of prayer, a beautiful daughter. She is married to a Naval Captain and they have served all over the world in their witness for Christ. We have two precious granddaughters, 13 and 9 years old who too love Jesus. Right now they are living in Tampa. Our Alisa was in Bible College at Pensacola Christian and upon visiting her we saw the need of a strong, Independent Baptist Church in Navarre. The Lord laid it on our hearts to be a witness here. We started with Bible classes in the school and eventually started Navarre Chapel and Academy, Independent Baptist Church. We rented a building for awhile and were praying for something permanent. After Opal went through here, there was a small modular building that had been damaged and was for sale. After inquiring about it and learning of our endeavor it was given to us. Also some property was leased to us. It was moved and fixed up, a beautiful little chapel that has sounded forth the gospel all of these years. While working on it we received a phone call from a stranger asking if we would like another building. Out of curiosity we went to see it. As we pulled in the drive and looked around we didnt see what it could be, thinking probably a shed. The man was standing there motioning to us. We asked what it was he wanted to give to us and he pointed to his 2,000 sq. ft. ranch brick house. The floor had been damaged in the hurricane. He said, Its yours; all you have to do is move it. I thought, This is truly ridiculous. My husband said, Ill think about it and let you know. When we came to Florida we had a 23 ft. trailer we were living in and my husband Bob worked in the trailer park to pay for our rent. I was hoping that one day we could have a house. After sleeping and praying on the matter, the next morning he got up and said, Honey, the Lord showed me how to move that house. Bob has been a hard worker all of his life to provide for us. He is very talented in many things. He has raised houses and done all kinds of hard labor. God has given him many talents. So we began taking the house apart, brick by brick, piece by piece. The people whose property we were leasing, told us if we could move the house we could put it on their property. They were dear members of our church. Bob moved it in sections on a flat bed with an old truck that was given to him. It took 3 years to put it all back together. A beautiful memorial to our wonderful Lord. It has housed us and has been a haven for missionaries and all that have passed through the doors. He had to clear the land which was all woods, put in the drives and sidewalks etc. And the beautiful thing about it all is that we have never owed any man anything. We have ministered to a lot of people that have come and gone, many have been military, with bases close by. We are a small church, anywhere from 40 to 50 depending on the length of stay of military families. Bobs heart has always been for missions. We help support over 60 missionaries and works. Also we support many nationals. We have seen many come to Christ all over the world. We hear of some walking for miles to hear the Word in a little thatched roof building and we have thousands of cars that go by daily here without a notice. But praise the Lord for the faithful few. Bob will be 79 June 5th, and still preaching with strength and conviction and standing true to the Word of God, he has never wavered. We are still for the OLD FASHIONED WAY. There is no other way, though it is trying to be put down on every hand. We are keeping the banner waving. We will put you on our prayer list and if you be so led we covet your prayers for us in Navarre, Florida. May our Heavenly Father bless you abundantly and use you mightly in these last days. In His Love, And Service - Pastor Bob and Marjorie Archer

At the close of a Sunday morning worship service the congregation was asked to stand and sing the closing invitational hymn. The pastor (my husband) was prayerfully leading Throw Out the Lifeline as I popped a Life Saver candy into my mouth. I was singing for all I was worth. When we got to the chorus, Throw out the lifeline, I accidentally swallowed the Life Saver which stuck in my throat. With a loud involuntary hack, the candy flew out of my mouth and shot across the pews. It didnt take too much imagination for those who witnessed this unintentional demonstration to see a line attached to the Life Saver! ----Marjorie L. Archer

F E M A L E INSPIRATIONS

By Gloria Brewster

HOW TO LOVE THAT MAN!


The aged women likewise, that they be in behaviour as becometh holiness, not false accusers, not given to much wine, teachers of good things; That they may teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children, To be discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good, obedient to their own husbands, that the word of God be not blasphemed. Titus 2:3-5

fear of. That doesnt mean that we are scared of them, but that in fear of the Lord we honor their position, knowing that the Lord requires it of us and will judge us for how we serve them. Not only do we reverence them because of the fear of the Lord, but also to help our husbands understand their value to the family. If your husband does not have a good understanding of his importance to the family, he will not fulfill his role with respect. If we treat him as if he is a nobody, then more than likely he will act like a nobody and will not respond to our needs. I asked someone the other day, What if your husband was a Muslim? Would God still expect you to treat him with reverence? I have thought a lot about that since I asked that question. The fact is some women are married to cruel men. Does that excuse them from showing reverence to their position? Muslim law has no respect for women and they treat them as some animal, but does that change who that woman should be? God tells us to love our husbands and that does not mean only if he is lovely. Our command does not depend on who the man is, it depends on who our God is and what our God has commanded of us. We are to always love mankind and we are to always reverence our husbands position in the home. If we are not doing this, we are not being an HELP MEET, but we are plucking our house down with our hands. I, am very much opposed to this Presidents reign, but I must not allow myself to become disrespectful to his position. I walked into a church last

Well, I am that aged woman now. I remember when I was in my early 40s, holding hands and praying with a young woman, and her saying, You are my answer to prayer. I asked the Lord to send me an OLDER woman and here you are. After getting over the shock of being an older woman, I regained my composure and got back to business. I am 68 yrs. of age now and am no longer shocked at that term. I have earned these gray hairs and I have much to share with you that the Lord has taught me as I have had to learn to love my husband. I remember thinking years ago, why would the Lord say we had to learn to love? Wasnt it love that caused you to marry him? It was a form of love, yes, but the love that the Lord is talking about here is a lifetime love that will take you all the way through your vows. We have to learn to love like God loves us. Now that is REAL LOVE! We have a created calling in life, and that calling is to be an HELP MEET. We are to help meet the needs of mankind. We have the highest calling and that calling is to serve. When they asked Jesus who was the greatest in heaven, He said the servant was the greatest. Earth may not give us the honor we deserve, but heaven will. Heaven knows our importance. I am going to ask you some hard questions now. Is your home a better place because of you? Is your husband a better person since he took you for his wife? Are your children better because they have you for a mother? Are your friends better off for knowing and running with you? In other words, do you make a difference in the lives of those you serve? Do you better them or do evil (destruction) to their lives? We were created to help, not hurt. Anyone can hurt, but where are the helpers? The most important work that you do for the Lord will be the work you do for your husband. When his life is better, then your life is better. What goes around comes around. Here are some of the things that you can do to love that man.

We are told to reverence our husbands. To reverence is to stand in awe of, or

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DAVID CIMINO the son of DICK & ROSE CIMINO father of David Joseph Cimino A SON HONORING HIS FATHER
David Joseph Cimino is Connie Ciminos son who lives in the Knoxville, TN area with his wife Emily and their two sons, Josiah, and Devin. D.J. (as we all know him) wrote this article on his blog while on a visit back home to TX after visiting his dad's grave site. We thought it would be nice to include a remembrance of Bro. David since he put much of his life into the Wonderful Word Publisher to help his father and mother. After his fathers death, Bro. David and Mrs. Rose continued the work. Now, after Bro. Davids death Mrs. Connie Cimino continues the work.
Eph 6:2 Honor thy father and mother; which is the first commandment with promise.

those times were often), I remember Dad always telling me The Lord will provide. And yes, He always did. I often look back at Dads example and receive strength from it to trust in God. Dad taught me to put God first. Many people dont realize this, but my Dad had a full scholarship to play football at the University of Tennessee. But feeling the call of God upon his life, he turned the scholarship down in order to attend Tennessee Temple University as a Bible student. Clearly, that one decision may have impacted my life more than any other decision Dad made in his early years of manhood. If he had rebelled against God, there is no telling what would have become of his life. But by the Lords enabling grace, Dad put God first and went to Bible school instead of doing what would have been, humanly speaking, the smart choice. I cant count the number of times that story has replayed in my mind. I thank God for Dad putting the Lord first. It is truly an example to learn from. Dad made mistakes, but he was man enough to admit it and seek to make things right. Im glad I didnt have a father that thought he was perfect. Seeing this humility taught me the virtue of admitting when you are wrong something we all struggle with. There is much more that I could say about my Dad but the bottom line is, I love him and I miss him. But most importantly, I thank God for him.

To honor means to prize, that is, fix a valuation upon; by implication to revere: honor, value. (taken from Strongs) My father passed from this present world and into the presence of Jesus on July 25, 2001. Ever since he has been gone, and ever since my own son was born, I have thought about how truly valuable my parents are to me. Being a man, I especially see the gift that God provided for me in my father. Below are just a few ways in which my father was a gift to our family, and specifically to me. This is just a small attempt to honor him and his life. Dad introduced me to the gospel. Dad had been saved by the Gospel, therefore, he knew its worth. Because of this he spent his life making sure that it got into the hands of sinners all over the world. Most thankfully for me, he made sure I knew and understood the Gospel message that Jesus died, was buried, and rose again for sinners, and that by the blood of Christ our sins have been propitiated and the wrath of God towards us had been satisfied. I am so blessed to have been born into such a family that knew and proclaimed the Gospel. II Tim. 3:15 And that from a child thou hast known the holy scriptures, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus. Dad loved his family. Dad never was the type of father that kept his distance from the family. He was always there and always available. Dads relationship with mother was a good pattern for me to follow with my wife Emily. Dad was always helping Mom out, whether it was making a quick run to the store, or washing the dishes after supper. And knowing how Dad loved me when I was growing up provides me with an example of a loving and loyal father, something so many kids today dont have. I want that for my sons, Josiah and Devin. Dad taught me to trust in Gods provision. I will readily admit that I often fail in trusting God for my needs as I should. This is a sinful thing, and it is a sin that I am always seeking to mortify. But when I became a teenager and began to realize the financial hardships that popped up (and living off of a missionarys income

-----DJ Cimino

This paper knew and loved Bro. David. He was a great father.

HOW TO LOVE THAT MAN!


week and saw a picture of the President on the wall. I knew that church did not believe the way our President does and my first thought was, Why on earth do they have his picture in the church? It seemed like the Holy Spirit said, Because he is your president. I was reminded not to let the personality change the way I treat the position. What about us? The throne is our husbands. Lets help him sit there in dignity. Learn to let God rule your house through your husbands position, so your husband can feel the burden of the home on his shoulders (men get stronger through pressure). God is God enough to work through that man. Relax, believe and trust God. Another way to love that man is to forgive him for not being perfect! I dont care who you are married to, there are going to be things that you are going to have to forgive him for. If he offends or hurts you, that act has to be forgiven for you to be able to continue to love him. He may not feel he needs forgiveness (he may not think he has done anything wrong), but you need to forgive in order to keep pure love flowing to his life. Now, do we forget it? We are like elephants. Lets face it, we never forget, but when we remember, we are to attach new meaning to it. Instead of remembering the hurt, we remember the help it brought in our lives when we learned how to forgive. I am better for every time I forgave anyone. I can feel Gods pleasure on my life when I forgive, from a pure heart, the hurts of others. Satan stopped reminding me of my past failures a long time ago, because I started praising God for the things I learned because of them, instead of crying over my stupidity. I was taught at home that you did not go to bed mad. We were made to deal with any hard feelings at the end of the day and make things right with God. After Jerry and I had been married for awhile he did something that hurt me so bad that I decided that I would not forgive him. I held on to my unforgiving spirit for three days and I realized I was quickly becoming a bitter woman. I didnt like the way I looked or the way I felt and I didnt like the way I was responding to everyone. I realized I had to forgive him or it was going to change my whole life and end with my destruction. I called Jerry in and told him I was forgiving him; I couldnt take it any longer. Unforgivingness destroys us and causes the Lord to not forgive us, plus it stops our LOVE from touching the lives of our loved ones. Mankind kills mankind! Why do we do this? Why do we go about killing the very people that God has called us to love? Listen to the news before you go to bed tonight and see just how many people killed those they were upset with. Oh, but thats not us. We (Christians) know better than to take a gun or a knife to someone else. Thats right. We use the tongue as our weapon. If our husbands dont do what we want them to do, the first thing we do is withhold our blessings from them. We desire to hurt, not help, to reveal their wickedness, hoping they will be known for their failures. Angry words stir up strife and only a person walking in the Spirit will not be taken in by angry words. We are to overcome the angry words and the wrong deeds that are spoken and done to us. Do not let others change who we are in Christ. If your husband is doing things to wrong you and you are responding wrong, then he will never have to deal with his wrong. But, if you do not respond with wrong, but with love, then he must face himself and deal with his problems. When we correct a person the first thing they desire is to point out our wrong. Make sure you walk a straight walk where no one can accuse you of wrong doing.

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Ok. Now that we have given our husbands the honor due them and we have forgiven them, what do we do next? The first two things are actions of love and next is to serve them love.
Now as touching things offered unto idols, we know that we all have knowledge. Knowledge puffeth up, but charity edifieth. 1 Cor 8:1

The word edifieth means house builder or constructor. In other words charity builds and Proverbs says that every wise woman buildeth her house but the foolish plucketh it down with her hands. The opposite of charity is destruction! You will never build a good home without pure love (charity). Take a close look at these verses and ask yourself, Am I working through love?
1 Cor 13:1-8 Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal. And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not charity, I am nothing. And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, and have not charity, it profiteth me nothing. Charity suffereth long, and is kind; charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, Doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth; Beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things. Charity never faileth: but whether there be prophecies, they shall fail; whether there be tongues, they shall cease; whether there be knowledge, it shall vanish away. KJV

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It is so good to be used of God to rescue the perishing. Im glad God gave us a part in His Kingdom. When you see a life being made whole you are watching a miracle of God being performed. Watching always takes me back to the time Christ came into my life and set me free from sin. We are having more opportunities to serve than we have resources to handle. Tid Bits took Mrs. Barbara Davis to the border last month to give out her childrens materials to pastors and to pass out tracts at the flee market in Brownsville Texas. Thousands of people go through that market and they actually ask for tracts. Tid Bits has given to several missionaries needs this last year and if you would like to be a part of this you can share by sending a special gift for special needs. Our monthly supporters meet the need for office supplies and mailing, but we can only do other things when we receive special one time gifts. For the next few weeks we have a young man named Flecher Mulnix, from Bob Jones University, sleeping in the office and doing his internship with Glenn Beck. He is studying journalism. It is nice to be a part of his training by making room in our office. He loves the Lord and is very pleasant to be around. Bro. and Mrs. Gibson were here Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. They are the distributors of Wonderful Words tracks in the valley. It was good to visit and share memories of our times with Bro. Roloff. Anyone who spent time around Bro. Roloff always have interesting stories to share. Page 3 is a letter from one of our readers. I do so appreciate them sharing their lives with us and I feel like I know them. There does seem to be a kindred spirit here. We may not be able to print everything we receive, but we would love to hear from you and know a little bit about your lives. We will print articles as the Lord gives us liberty. It was sweet of them to share the funny happening of her life with us. If God has blessed you and worked in your life, share it with us. Your story may be the encouragement that someone needs. Many have asked about our health. God has been giving us strength for the work He has given us to do and our health issues have not been a priority. My heart has dropped eight times in the last three months but has recovered before the defibrillator had to kick in. Gloria has an aneurism that is 3.9cm and will require open heart surgery should it get to 4.5cm. We are praying it will not grow. It has to be checked every six months. It has grown 1cm in the last year. We would appreciate your prayers concerning this. Also, Mrs. Judy Connor will be having surgery on her back the 13th of June and they would appreciate your prayers for her. We pray God will richly bless you who share with this ministry 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, phone 214-293-5252. 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.

The carpenters tools had a conference. Bro. Hammer was acting as chairman, but the group soon informed him that he must leave, because he was too noisy. Bro. Hammer said, If I leave the carpenter shop, Bro. Gimlet must go, too. He is so insignificant that he makes very little impression. Little Bro. Gimlet rose and said, All right, I will go, but if I go, Bro. Screw must go, also. You have to turn him around and around again and again before you can get him to go anywhere. If you wish, I will go, said Bro. Screw, but then Bro. Plane also must leave. All his work is on the surface - there is no depth to him. To this Bro. Plane replied, Well, Bro. Rule will have to withdraw, too, for he is always measuring folks as though he were the only one who is right. Bro. Rule then complained against Bro. Sandpaper, and said, What about him? He is rougher than he ought to be. He is always rubbing people the wrong way. In the midst of the heated discussion, the carpenter walked in. He had come to perform his days work. He put on his apron and went to the bench. He employed the hammer, the gimlet, the screw, the plane, the rule, the sandpaper, and all the other tools. When the day,s work was over, the carpenter had completed a pulpit from which the gospel would be preached. Bro. Hammer arose and said, Brethren, I perceive that all of us are laborers together with God. Oh, how many of us Christians are just like those tools, fussing at each other, because the other fellow doesnt do things just the way we think he should. There was not an accusation against one of those tools that was not absolutely true; yet the carpenter used every one of them. There was not a place where he used anyone where any of the others would have done at all. Oh, how careful we should be in finding fault with one of Gods tools.

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Faith Of Our Fathers


Jude 3 Faith of our fathers, living still, In spite of dungeon, fire and sword; O how our hearts beat high with joy Whenever we hear that glorious Word! Refrain Faith of our fathers, holy faith! We will be true to thee till death. Faith of our fathers, we will strive To win all nations unto Thee; And through the truth that comes from God, We all shall then be truly free. Refrain Faith of our fathers, we will love Both friend and foe in all our strife; And preach Thee, too, as love knows how By kindly words and virtuous life.

Prov 17:6 Children's children are the crown of old men; and the glory of children are their fathers. KJV

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