To Serve Them All My Days by R.F. DelderfieldYoung David Powlett-Jones, a Welsh miners son, is invalided home from France when he suffers severe shell shock on the Western Front. At a remote English public school in Devon the debilitated veteran, himself barely out of his teens, decides temporarily to try his hand at teaching while striving to awaken from the nightmare of World War I -- the national catastrophe that sweeps England out of the comfortable certainties of the Victorian Age into the moral perplexities and harsh economic realities of more modern times.
All My Days And All My Hours - Olaf J. Ritman
All for Jesus
Whether singing or listening to these lyrics am always lifted up even at the times I'm so down and low Once in another country, someone was passing the offering plate on a Sunday morning. When the plate came to a thirteen-year-old girl, she repeatedly asked that the plate be lowered. When the plate was lowered to the ground, she stepped onto the plate. She had no money, and therefore, she decided to offer herself up. Today we should not only consecrate people, affairs, and objects to the Lord but also consecrate ourselves to Him.