Today I'm blogging over at Stitches Thru Time! I hope you'll join me as we talk about Samuel Adams and his planned trip to Continental Congress without a suitable set of clothes.
One of the fun tidbits I learned while researching for the Dawn of Liberty series was in regards to a very special gift that Samuel Adams received from his constituents.
Sam was a politician, and that was his heart. He spend hours upon hours in political committees, writing letters and articles, and lobbying in whatever way possible. However, his fault was that he was not very good when it came to finances. Most of his work was without pay, and the job he did have paid very little.
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Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Thursday, February 2, 2017
We all remember the Bible story of Rachel and Leah, but have you ever thought about how this pair of sisters changed the course of history?
Leah and Rachel were raised in "the land of the people of the east" according to Genesis 29. The exact location this refers to is unknown, but it was in the country that was then known as Mesopotamia, which corresponds mostly with modern-day Iraq. The girls were the daughters of Rebekah's brother Laban, so they would have been first cousins to Jacob.
|Dante's Leah & Rachel|
As Jacob fled from the wrath of his brother Esau, he sought out his uncle Laban, but he found his lovely cousin Rachel first. She was keeping her father's sheep and came to the well where Jacob was resting.
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