King Solomon was a gifted musician, poet, songwriter and storyteller. I am sure he was greatly inspired by his father David, the brilliant psalmist. David's song and music put his enemies to rest.
Solomon's musical gift was inherited from his father. King Solomon was strong and courageous. His wisdom and knowledge were remarkable. I supposed that he walked with his father in the beautiful green pastures by the still waters. He enjoyed the beautiful sweet fragrance from the fruit trees and flowers. Namely, his gardens and orchards. He made swimming pools of water. He had lots of servants and he maintained great possessions.
Solomon's conclusion, it was all vanity. The queen of Sheba was a rich wealthy woman when she met Solomon. She was overwhelmed and deeply impressed with his looks
and riches. King Solomon was a philogynist (a lover of women). He knew how to define his beloved in every sense of nature.
This podcast is dedicated to all Mothers for Mother Day. As Gold star Mother herself, The Edith Hines shares this poetic message to encourage all Mothers to walk with God and be the best they can. Have faith in God and He will be faithful to answer your prays.
Question: "What is the story of Deborah and Barak?"
Answer: The account of Deborah and Barak is found in Judges 4 and 5 in the Old Testament. The Israelites had been under the control of the Canaanite king Jabin and the commander of his army, Sisera. The Canaanites had 900 chariots of iron and ruled over Israel for 20 years (Judges 4:2–3).
A prophetess named Deborah judged or made rulings for the people of Israel under a palm tree during that time. One of Deborah’s judgments was to instruct Barak to summon 10,000 men and attack Jabin’s army. Likely fearful to comply with such a command, Barak told Deborah, “If you go with me, I will go; but if you don’t go with me, I won’t go” (Judges 4:8). She replied, “Certainly I will go with you. . . . But because of the course, you are taking, the honor will not be yours, for the Lord will deliver Sisera into the hands of a woman” (verse 9).
The Gold Star Mother, The Edith Hines, gives a tribute to all Mothers on Mothers day. She talks about all mothers who love God and a called according to his purpose. Edith Hines talks about her mother with intimate and revealing stories that millions growing up an identity with. Seeing your mother's pain and sacrifice close up as a child but not understanding its gravity.
This is an inspiring story about God-fearing mothers and their impact on their children. Edith Hines' mother and Estella Jones, her best friend of 60 years are just two examples.
Timothy L. Echols
A Gold Star Mother of The Korean War recites her poetic work:
Edith Hines, a GoldStar Mother, tells her story about the effect of losing her son during the Korean War. She lost her son on March 17, 1969.
The Edith Hines finds words of inspiration at a time we need it most. In war times and times of terror, "I Hear A Cry" is a poem that underscores the reasons and results of war. She showcases women in history that “heard a cry” and service as great examples to follow in difficult times. Edith Hines celebrates the military and how its champions clearly follow these examples. She reminds us that Gods has a way to deliver His people in challenging times. She recounts many women from the Bile that had faults but remained as instruments of Gods will. Listen as The Edith Hines recites her original work in poetry..."I Heard A Cry".
Edith Hines talks about our purpose and underscores how Hillary Clinton's loss in the 2016 Presidential election can still a lesson of encouragement for you to continue to pursue your dream. Edith Hines is an 84-year-old podcaster whose life is an example that you can overcome at any age through wisdom, understanding, and knowledge. We can seek it through prayer. The poem Purpose and Dreams is a theme for this idea. A purpose is the revelation of a dream. Stay focused on what to do and how to do it. You are unique and you can be excellent in your purpose and dream. Seek out a role-model to help you with your dream and you will reap a great harvest in due season.
Edith Hines shares a poignant poem about dreams. This poem was inspired by the life and untimely death of her son while serving in Korean during the Korean War. The Edith Hines is a Gold Star Mother who is an active member of the Maryland GoldStar Mothers.
"Take Heed Black Man" a poem and Insights by Playwright, 83-year-old podcaster, and GoldStar Mother The Edith Hines. Listen as I resight my poem about Black Men in today's world. This is a message for all Black Men to hear. "Take Heed Black Man" a poem I wrote when was inspired to encourage our Black Men. I'm Edith Hines, an 83-year-old podcaster, and GoldStar Mother whose mission is to inspire YOU. Share it with a Black man you know.
You are listening to a poem written by Dr. Edith Hines about our first Black President Barack Obama. It's called A Cry in the Wilderness on The Edith Hines Podcast. As an 83-year-old Gold Star Mother since the Korean War, I was inspired by our American born Africa-American President to write this poem.
My life experience as a GoldStar Mother in the military as I travel around the world.
Edith Hines tells the story of how she overcame the time she was told "you are on your own." As a young woman she asked for help of an icon of success and was disappointed but it did not stop her. She was told "I could help you but I won't. Go for yourself."
This podcast is all about what she did next.