Cornbread And Milk And A Good Night’s Sleep
A devotion on Ecclesiastes 4:6
Better is a handful, with quietness, than two handfuls with labor and chasing after wind.
During WWII, as hundreds of men went through the process of being inducted into the military, the physical exam often revealed that they suffered from tuberculosis.
One of those men was a gentle, quiet farmer named Pete. Pete was married, with three small children. When he was diagnosed, he was immediately sent to a facility for TB patients almost three hours from home, where he stayed for nearly two years.