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On This Day in History - 365 Day Perpetual Calendar

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Discover daily spiritual truth and application gleaned each day from current events and historic happenings. Each devotional relates something significant that happened on that day and then connects with a devotional take-away from that event. Celebrate the joy of God's promises with a daily selection from this lovely calendar.
Product Details:
  • Padded cover
  • Wire coil
  • 366 dated pages
  • Stand-up easel
  • Beautiful four-color art inside and out
  • Great gift for any gift-giving occasion
  • Size 5" x 4"

January 12
The one who plants and the one who waters work as a team with the same purpose. Yet they will be rewarded individually, according to their own hard work. 1 Corinthians 3:8, NLT
Henry Ford revolutionized the automobile industry when he incorporated the assembly line at his Michigan plant in January 1914. Ford's goal was to produce simple, sturdy, affordable cars. At the price of $825, the Model T was too expensive for many customers, so Ford and his executives searched for new ways to lower production costs.
One change was implementing the assembly-line method, in which conveyor belts would bring parts to the workers and each individual worker would perform a specific task.
God has given each of us different gifts and specialized roles, and they are all important in fulfilling his larger purposes. Each worker is essential in the assembly of God's church.
January 20
How can you claim that you have faith in our glorious Lord Jesus Christ if you favor some people over others?
James 2:1
Martin Luther King Jr. was the most influential leader of the civil rights movement during the fifties and sixties. He eloquently articulated grievances with discrimination in the United States. King was assassinated on April 4, 1968. In 1983, Congress made the third Monday in January a federal holiday to honor him.
Prejudice appears to be a universal weakness in human nature, with every race and every group of people. Several Scriptures remind us that God does not show favoritism (Acts 10:34). In Galatians 3:28 we are given a beautiful picture: "There is no longer Jew or Gentile, slave or free, male and female. For you are all one in Christ ­ Jesus." One in Christ - that's a dream we should all have.
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Kathy Toth

Recommend: No


Not if you are looking for a calendar that lists something that actually happened on that very day, which is what I was looking for...this lists something that happened in that MONTH.

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Recommend: Yes

A Day in History Calendar

I bought this mostly for my son is a lover of Historical fact and the combination of History and scripture relating to the daily subject make a perfect learning tool. I would highly reccomend this daily calendar!

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Recommend: Yes

Events Meets Spiritual Truths

Normally you can buy calendars that mentions something that has happen in history. The word "Perpetual" caught my attention because it took my mind straight to the phrase in the Bible, "And God said,...token of the covenant...for perpetual generations:" Genesis 9:12. Looking at this calendar and seeing that not only mentions different events it also states a scripture and tie it in with the events. I look forward to reading it everyday and discuss it with others.

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