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By Thomas Freiling

Possibly no different American president is as respected as Abraham Lincoln, whose robust religion and ethical braveness encouraged a kingdom, and whose undying phrases of logic proceed to steer women and men this present day.
In Abraham Lincoln's day-by-day Treasure, readers will locate day-by-day devotional choices in various topic topics. each one devotion contains Scripture, a devotional idea, a non secular or inspirational quote from Lincoln or a similar truth approximately his lifestyles, and take-away for private program. This distinct devotional is equipped round the Believer's day-by-day Treasure, a booklet Lincoln used to be given in 1847 upon the dying of his son and that he carried with him constantly. Lincoln usually quoted from the Believer's day-by-day Treasure in his addresses to the state and incorporated snippets from it in his letters. He additionally learn from it for private energy in the course of the Civil War.
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Week 1 Day 3 On Greed Whatsoever is born of God overcometh the world: and this is the victory that overcometh the world, even our faith. 1 John 5:4 ’Tis faith that conquers earth and hell By a celestial power; This is the grace that shall prevail In the decisive hour. Mr. Roland Diller, who was one of Abraham Lincoln’s neighbors in Springfield, Illinois, tells the following story: “I was called to the door one day by the cries of children in the street, and there was Mr. Lincoln, striding by with two of his boys, both of whom were wailing aloud.

There are books to help you apply Lincoln’s management style in your small business, books about his relationships with women, and even one that reveals the secrets of his DNA code. But there are almost no books in print about Lincoln’s faith in God. The best I could find was part of a book written by Marvin Olasky, senior fellow of The Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty. In his The American Leadership Tradition, Olasky looks at the Christian influences in Lincoln’s life. But in compiling and editing this book, I had to look back more than half a century to find any complete books devoted to the subject.

Jones recounts actual conversations Lincoln had with others about his Christian faith. Many stories from Lincoln’s life illustrate his religious convictions, but few stand out more than the story of September 22,1862. It was on this day that Lincoln called a special meeting of his cabinet to announce the emancipation of slaves. Lincoln’s announcement came as quite a surprise to the members of his cabinet. Years later several cabinet members penned their recollections of the meeting for the sake of posterity.

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