I studied the first chapter of 1 Kings, a chapter I often read with very little attention, one early morning. About 1am-ish. I read about how king David, the man we know very well as being one who was constantly after God’s heart, was very weak at the age of seventy, and how Adonijah, his eldest son, seemingly took advantage of his father’s frail plight and made himself king, despite public knowledge that the one supposed to be David’s successor was actually Solomon. 660 more words
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We have acquired two Moko by Lesney 1953 Coronation coaches with the original boxes! Each set measures 4.75″l.
The coaches should be at Heritage Collectibles by the end of the week, and will be headed for Cabot Mill Antique Mall in Brunswick shortly thereafter… so pop in and take a look at either location! 405 more words
Edward the Confessor ruled England between 1042 – 1066, he was son of Ethelred the Unready and Emma of Normandy, was one of the last Anglo-Saxon kings of England and is usually regarded as the last king of the House of Wessex, ruling from 1042 to 1066. 159 more words
It wasn’t too long after the death of Lucretia, that Valenzuela’s baby was born.
It was a boy, Jarl. The men were delighted.
Valenzuela was surprised. 100 more words