Faith Trumpet Mug; Ecclesiastes 3:11 by GET Designs [ MissSundayBest Closet ]
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**A Great Discount Is Available!!---Click on my Name Above (Listed By...) to read about my Multi-Sale Discount Offer in my Closet Profile** This beautiful brand-new, never used Trumpet Mug is a large 12 oz., decorated with beautiful flowers of lilac and blue, butterflies and the word "Faith" and the scripture Ecclesiastes 3:11 painted in an exquisite script; "He has made everything beautiful in its time.", all accented in the brightest of gold. Your cost is $10.50 plus USPS Shipping and Handling. This footed structured design gives you the best of both worlds; the volume of a mug combined with the delicate thin lip of a teacup. In 1970 a lovely song by Ray Stevens called "Everything is Beautiful" swept both the Gospel and Pop Charts. It was a wonderful way to illuminate the meaning of this scripture, but it takes faith to accept it; Everything is Beautiful. Gracethroughfaith.com illuminates the entire scripture as, "... God has placed hidden things of an everlasting nature in our hearts so that we can't yet understand all that He's done concerning the past or the future, but at the proper time we'll see how beautiful it was." This life is just a tiny part of our existence. This scripture gives the assurance that later, when we look back from eternity at our earthly lives; the joys and the pains, we'll see that it was all beautiful. God's heart is for you, He does all things well, and His ways are perfect; Psalms 18:30, Deut. 32:4, 2 Samuel 22. ***** By the way, The children heard singing the chorus of the song, using the hymn, "Jesus Loves the Little Children", were from the Oak Hill Elementary School in Nashville, Tennessee, and included Stevens's two daughters. The song was responsible for two wins at the Grammy Awards of 1971: Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for Ray Stevens and Grammy Award for Best Inspirational Performance for Jake Hess. Stevens's recording was the Number 1 song on the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in the summer of 1970. The song also spent three weeks atop the adult contemporary chart. Many country stations played the song, peaking it at #39 on Billboard's chart. Billboard ranked the record as the No. 12 song of 1970. The song includes anti-racist and pro-tolerance lyrics such as "We shouldn't care 'bout the length of his hair/Or the color of his skin".
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