Tuesday, June 5, 2012


The Girl from Montana (Hill, GL, 1907)

In her rush to leave the cabin, Elizabeth packed dried beef, cheese, corn-meal, pork, coffee, corn bread and half a pan of baked beans.  During her escape on horseback, she ate a supper of fish and corn bread. 
At one pleasant stopping point, a lady served brown bread with butter, apple pie with cheese and a glass of milk.  At another place, the fourteenth chapter of John was read aloud.  How about we all read that today sometime?
Several times in the story, Elizabeth was hidden from danger.  She shared
Psalm 27:5
For in the time of trouble, He shall hide me in His pavilion;
In the secret palce of His tabernacle, He shall hide me;
He shall set me high upon a rock. NKJV

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