Bonanza: Season 3, Episode 30

Blessed Are They (22 Apr. 1962)

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Ben Cartwright and Virginia City's enigmatic new minister work together to decide which set of feuding grandparents, the Mahans or the Clarkes, will have custody of their recently orphaned twin grandchildren.

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The Reverend
Ford Rainey ...
John Clarke
Irene Tedrow ...
Winifred Mahon
Walter Sande ...
Tom Mahan
Amzie Strickland ...
Mary Clarke
Leslie Wales ...
Peggy Clarke
Robert Brubaker ...
The Judge
Robert Foulk ...
Deputy Sheriff Clem
Rory O'Brien ...
Kenny Clarke
Tracy Stratford ...
Susan Clarke
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Reverend Jordan
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Ben Cartwright and Virginia City's enigmatic new minister work together to decide which set of feuding grandparents, the Mahans or the Clarkes, will have custody of their recently orphaned twin grandchildren.

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Where Can You Go for Instructions for Life's Problems?
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The feud between the Mahans and the Clarkes had been going on for quite some time. Now it has started to effect the whole town. How did this feud begin? Will it ever end? A son from one family married a daughter of the other family before it all began. They had twins: one girl and one boy. Why does this feud affect the whole town if they are not in these two families? The townspeople asked Ben Cartwright to help negotiate a settlement of the feud. Can he negotiate the feud? The 'new' minister arrives. Will Ben go to the new minister for the answers? The parents of the twins die. How will this tragedy effect the two families? How would you decide to settle problems? Can you solve these problems? Our problems with other people do affect the town in which we live, as they do affect the state, country, and the world. Is there a place to go for instructions in life, especially, to find answers to the difficulties of life? Yes, there is: The Holy Bible. When we spend time in reading and studying the Bible daily and reading it completely through once each year, we will learn the ways of God and how He has given us the examples or the principles to base our daily and life decisions upon. Will the division of the twins, one to each family like King Solomon negotiated for the living baby in the Old Testament, be the correct answer in the rearing of the twins?


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