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As I mentioned in a past post, next week is Thanksgiving here in America. Traditionally it is a day for friends and family to gather from near and far, enjoy a meal, and pause to reflect on the many blessings of the past year. Mine are too many to count, but among them, I’m grateful for the internet which makes this blog possible. And for all of you who have joined Mary and me on our journey of discovery.

English: The story of a thanksgiving day, as i...

English: The story of a thanksgiving day, as in the offering of first fruits in Deuteronomy 26:1-11, illustration from a Bible card published by the Providence Lithograph Company between 1896 and 1913 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Bible is such an incredible book: It never grows old; its treasures are never fully mined; its personalities so intriguing; its wisdom profound. The potential contained between its covers gives me hope in a sick and troubled world. I am so thankful for it, and for the One Who graciously inspired it.


There will be no new posts until December 10 when we will take a look at some amazing women of courage.

May God’s richest blessings be showered upon us all in the coming year.

About womenfromthebook

Mine is a life-long interest in the women of the Bible, and I enjoy exploring the world in which they lived, and discovering the challenges that they faced. I have enough curiosity about them to last the rest of my life.

5 responses

  1. Hello Sarah.
    We’re happy that you are enjoying the blog. It has been a blessing for us as Mary and I are constantly discovering new things about the amazing women in the Book. Thanks for your comment.

  2. I’ve recently discovered this blog and definitely consider it a blessing to read. Thank you for taking your personal time with this!

  3. And thank you for commenting!

  4. Have a great Thanksgiving! Thanks for sharing.

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