Our Daily Bread {A special giveaway}


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Each time I post a picture, on Instagram, of this little promise box, it elicits a response.


Partially because people are nostalgic and there was once a time when these appeared on most kitchen tables.
But mostly {I like to think}, because the truths are simple, pure and perfect.

Each day you are reminded, from the Bible itself, that God is merciful....
Good.
Kind.
Generous.
Jealous.
Beautiful

and

Our Savior.

I love my "Our Daily Bread Promise Box" and I've had ours for years.
It means a great deal to me and I love that the corners of the small pieces are bent.  Some torn and most stained.
I love that it reminds me of my childhood and I love that someday it will remind my girls, of theirs.


Many of you have said that you would like one, so I ordered one and I'd like to give it away.
The makers of this treasure aren't giving me money to write this post or a free "loaf".
I just want you to be as happy as I am, when you pull out one of the cards and it speaks to you, that day.

So go ahead-comment below and you'll be entered to win.
No fancy giveaway or comment system or extra entries {sorry!}.
Just leave me a note and say hello and I'll pick a name, next Wednesday {November 7th} in the morning.

Have the most happiest of Thursdays!
And remember-God is good.  And faithful.

4 comments:

  1. Yay! I never grew up with one of these, but i want my kids to. Yes, our God is faithful! Thanks for giving one away!

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  2. How lovely and sweet of you! I love this idea :)

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  3. I had never seen this wore I started seeing it on your IG feed. Even if I don't win, I still want to get one so thanks for linking! Id love to gather as a fam and read together and start that tradition with my daughter :-)

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  4. Love this ! It instantly makes me think of my grandma . She always had one sitting in her kitchen window :) . I would love to have one to share with my little guy ,

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