By Thomas Freiling
Probably no different American president is as respected as Abraham Lincoln, whose robust religion and ethical braveness encouraged a country, and whose undying phrases of good judgment proceed to steer women and men this day.
In Abraham Lincoln's day-by-day Treasure, readers will locate day-by-day devotional choices in numerous topic topics. each one devotion comprises Scripture, a devotional concept, a religious or inspirational quote from Lincoln or a comparable truth approximately his existence, and take-away for private software. This special devotional is outfitted round the Believer's day-by-day Treasure, a publication Lincoln used to be given in 1847 upon the demise of his son and that he carried with him consistently. Lincoln usually quoted from the Believer's day-by-day Treasure in his addresses to the kingdom and integrated snippets from it in his letters. He additionally learn from it for private power throughout the Civil War.
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Why? Because he expected to be criticized. It didn’t surprise him, and because he knew it came with the job, he didn’t let it bother him. When you take on a big responsibility, you should expect to be criticized. Get ready for it, and then when it happens, it won’t take you unawares. Week 3 Day 4 How to Gain a Loyal Friend Ye have need of patience, that, after ye have done the will of God, ye might receive the promise. Hebrews 10:36 I would submit to all thy will, For thou art good and wise; Let every anxious thought be still, Nor one faint murmur rise.
Week 6 Day 2 Be a Good Friend Even them will I bring to my holy mountain, and make them joyful in my house of prayer. Isaiah 56:7 Prayer makes the darken’d cloud withdraw, Prayer climbs the ladder Jacob saw; Gives exercise to faith and love, Brings every blessing from above. The absence of enemies doesn’t amount to much if you don’t have any friends. Abraham Lincoln valued friendship, and while other people concentrated on winning at all costs, Lincoln refused to let his will to win ruin his relationships.
And while there is admittedly some conflicting evidence, I see no reason to believe Abraham Lincoln was anything but a Christian in the historical sense of the word. In doing research for this book, I found that modern historians mostly avoid the topic. Maybe they don’t want to admit what they know they’ll find. While many books have been published about Lincoln, only a handful of them discuss his religious beliefs. There are books about his military prowess during the Civil War, his views on slavery, his oratorical skills, and his political ambitions.
Abraham Lincoln's Daily Treasure. Moments of Faith with America's Favorite President by Thomas Freiling