Philippians 2:7, But made himself [Jesus] of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men
The words to this great hymn were written by Catherine Hankey, born January 12, 1834, the daughter of banker Thomas Hankey. She belonged to an evangelical group known as the Clapham Sect. The group was mainly known for its anti-slavery and pro-missionary stances. While still a teenager, Hankey taught Sunday school for girls.
Matthew 1:21, You shall call His name Jesus, for He will save His people from their sins
John W. Peterson is one of the most prolific gospel composers of the 20th century. Born November 1, 1921, in Lindsborg, Kansas, he served as an Air Force transport pilot during World War II, flying the notorious "China Hump" route over the Himalayas. Upon returning from duty he enrolled at the Moody Bible Institute, also serving on its radio staff. In 1953
My cousin's wedding went much more smoothly than I expected.
I didn't see or hear any fistfights or anything like that.
I got to see some horses, but, unfortunately, didn't get to ride any of them. (It was at a ranch.)
I have absolutely concluded that my knowledge of linguistics/languages needs MAJOR upgrading.
I'm going to attend the wedding of one of my cousins in a few hours. This will be her second marriage.
It's becoming more and more obvious that my grandmother's mind is going.
We all despair and feel like
pulling out our hair.
Jesus is like a chair.....you'll
find some comfort there.
So keep your wig on and
leave your despair on the chair.
You might say this is easier
said than done...OK...try
sitting in a comfy chair.
Reading 2 Cor 1.