Every year on the Sunday before Thanksgiving, Bible Sunday is observed. The theme for this year is "planting seeds of hope." As one research is survival on words of hope, there are many Bible promises on hope. Recently, pollster George Gallup Jr. speaking to a group of international reporters said,
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Every year on the Sunday before Thanksgiving, Bible Sunday is observed. The theme for this year is "planting seeds of hope." As one research is survival on words of hope, there are many Bible promises on hope. Recently, pollster George Gallup Jr. speaking to a group of international reporters said, people in many nations appear to be searching with the new intensity for spiritual warnings. One of the key factors prompting this search is certainly a need for hope in these troubled times. Some years ago, a woman went to consult a famous New York physician about her health. She was a woman of nervous temperament. She gave the doctor a list of her symptoms and answered his questions only to be astonished at his brief prescription at the end. Go home and read your Bible for an hour every day. Then come back to me a month from today. And he bowed her out before she could protest. At first she was inclined to be angry. Then she reflected that the prescription was not an expensive one. She went home determined to read conscientiously her neglected Bible. In a month she went back to the doctor's office a different person and asked him how he knew that was just what she needed. For his answer, this physician turned to his desk. There, worn and marked, lay an open Bible. "Madam," he turned. "If I were to omit my daily reading of this book, I would lose my greatest sources of strength and skill." In closing these warm thoughts, I will share the poem I wrote, which was published in the best poems of 1997 by the National Library of Poetry, "My Bible and I." We travel together, my Bible and I, through all kinds of weather with smiles or sigh. In sorrow or sunshine, in tempest or calm, it's friendship unchanging, my lamp and my psalm. We've traveled together my Bible and I, when life has grown weary and death e'en was nigh. Yet through all the darkness of mist or of wrong, I found it a solace, a prayer and song! So now who shall part us, Bible and I? Thou sword of the Spirit, bed error to fly. And still through life's journey until my last sigh, we'll travel together my Bible and I.Warm Thought: If a man's Bible is coming apart, it is an indication that he himself is fairly well put together. James Jennings. May you have many warm and thankful thoughts! Warm Thoughts from the Little Home on the Prairie, Over a Cup of Tea, by Luetta G. Werner Published in the Marion Record November 20th, 1997.Download the Found Photo Freebie and cherish your memories of the past.Enjoy flipping through the Vintage Photo Book on your coffee table.I hope you enjoyed this podcast episode! Please follow along on this journey by going to visualbenedictions.com or following me on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest. You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, and Overcast. And don’t forget to rate and review so more people can tune in! I’d greatly appreciate it.Till next time,Trina