Monthly Archives: January 2013

Lincoln Comforted a Grieving Mother Over the Loss of Her Sons

President Lincoln Comforted a Grieving Mother Lincoln Grieved Over the Loss of His Own Son Willie  President Abraham Lincoln and First Lady Mary were not exempt from suffering. In 1862, after the death of their son Willie, Lincoln looked to … Continue reading

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NEVER GIVE UP!

Chattanooga, TN 1863 The Chattanooga Rebel. On July 2, 1863 an article appeared which read: “Whenever you hear an excited individual proclaiming on the streets the approach of several millions of Yankees to burn some bridge or take some village, … Continue reading

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“Safe in Batttle as in Bed”

Safe in Battle as in Bed General Stonewall Jackson The courage of Civil War leader Stonewall Jackson on the battlefield can be a lesson for us believers. Historian Mark Brinsley wrote: A battlefield is a deadly place, even for generals; … Continue reading

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