In 1932, a faithful pastor by the name of A. M. Overton was leading a congregation of believers in the small town of Baldwyn, Mississippi.He and his beloved wife were the parents of three young children and a fourth was on the way.When it came time for the birth of this child, serious medical complications arose, resulting in the death of both the mother and the baby.During the funeral service, as the preacher conducting the service was speaking, Pastor Overton, though heartbroken and now without his dear wife, penned the wonderful poem which has been a true blessing and encouragement to thousands of yearning hearts. May it do the same for you.He Maketh No Mistake“My Father’s way may twist and turn,My heart may throb and ache,But in my soul, I’m glad I know,He maketh no mistake.“My cherished plans may go astray,My hopes may fade away,But still I’ll trust my Lord to lead,For He doth know the way.“Tho’ night be dark and it may seemThat day will never break,I’ll pin my faith, my all in Him,He maketh no mistake.“There’s so much now I cannot see,My eyesight’s far too dim,But, come what may, I’ll simply trustAnd leave it all to Him.“For by and by the mist will lift,And plain it all He’ll make,Through all the way, tho dark to me,He made not one mistake.”—A. M. OvertonIt will be worth it all when we see Jesus.LeahUnwanted, unloved, unappreciated, unknown, with few talents and no beauty that a possible mate would desire.Yet she overcame her inadequacies and hardships to emerge as one of the premier women of the Old Testament.Sad, confused Leah. Seeking but not receiving love and acceptance from those who should have loved her the most. And yet she emerges as blessed, happy, and fulfilled.Leah’s story is one that resonates through the centuries to guide and encourage woman (and men) as they face the challenges all people must face each day though often not being appreciated by those around them.Leah. An overcomer. Leah. A victor.Leah. A true love story.