by Tiffany S.
from Virtuous Daughters, February 2009~Volume 8, Number 11
Gleanings from the 138th Psalm...
by Tiffany S.
from Virtuous Daughters, January 2009~Volume 8, Number 10
When I was in 11th grade, my favorite subject was American history. And while my tests quizzed dates, names, and places, they also required that I memorize certain passages of Scripture that remind us to be in subjection to our authorities. One night I was especially anxious about a quiz scheduled for the next day. I had to write from memory a large portion from the Bible and I had not studied enough. After climbing into bed, I read the chapter several times. Then I said to my sister,
"Brittany, please ‘quiz’ me over this passage. I need to make sure I know it before tomorrow!” She listened as I stumbled through the recitation.
The next morning Brittany was practically laughing as we greeted each other. “You were sleep talking again,” she told me.
“What was I saying?” I asked. (This is my response every time she tells me I’ve been sleep talking.)
“You were trying to quote that passage you’re going to be quizzed on today!” We both had a good laugh, especially after I passed the quiz.
This amusing story brings me to a topic I have been thinking about quite a bit lately: keeping God in all our thoughts.
by the H. Sisters
from Virtuous Daughters, January 2009~Volume 8, Number 1
Four Sisters Share their Thoughts about how Siblings can Truly be Best Friends...
by Candace Joy M.
from Virtuous Daughters, May 2008~Volume 8, Number 2
My parents suggested this topic, evangelism, as a good way that we can work with children to advance God’s kingdom. How does evangelism tie in with working with children? Encourage your siblings to witness (by both your words and example). Many people are more receptive to children than to adults. Also, is it ever too early to form habits of obedience to God?
by Tiffany S.
from Virtuous Daughters, September 2008~Volume 8, Number 6
Recently the Lord impressed it upon my heart to earnestly reach out to those He has placed first in my life, specifically my brothers and sister. It’s easy to develop a dull mindset. Although we’re happy, we tend to view home life as a strand of daily, uneventful occurrences with its chores and responsibilities. Maybe we don’t recognize the countless opportunities each day offers to make a difference in the lives of those around us and to bring God glory.
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