His Brother’s Widow

Copyright Rochelle Wisoff-Fields “It’s within your right to marry me as Jacob's brother.” “I’m sorry, Bilhah but I don’t want to go through with it.” "But it's your duty as the surviving brother, Reuben." "Marriage ought to be a choice not a duty." "Why are you refusing to marry me?" "I'm not in love with …

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The Unlikely Spy

There were other reasons, too. Seventy-five percent of Jews survived in France. And so many non-Jews risked their lives to save ours. Wasn't that our duty to defend our country too? It was our duty, absolutely - Marthe Cohn Born a French Jew in Metz, France on 13 April 1920, Marthe Hoffnung never once imagined …

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Rebecca Lee Crumpler

She changed the face of medicine It was being raised by a kind aunt who spent much of her time caring for sick neighbors and her desire to relieve the suffering of others which led Rebecca Lee Crumpler down the a career path that would earn her the distinction of being the first African American …

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Words of Life

Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path - Psalm 119:105 Right now I can walk into any bookstore and buy a Bible.  There are so many to choose from.  There are Bibles for men, women, teens, children and couples.  They are in different languages.  And there are different …

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Correction

The rod and reproof give wisdom, But a child left to himself brings shame to his mother - Proverbs 29:15 Sometimes talking to your child doesn't work.  Time out doesn't work.  I have been told that some children learn the hard way.  It's embarrassing for mothers when they take the children out to the mall …

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