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Lord, Purify Our Hearts that We Might See You

Lord, Purify Our Hearts that We Might See You     In 1951 during the Korean War, Wihla Hutson (1901-2002) wrote the lyrics to “Some Children See Him.” In her modest but poignant Christmas hymn, she speaks of children’s ability to see God, and the lyrics indicate that the love of God permeates beyond race, […]

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OYSTERS

OYSTERS…are dime a dozen in the ocean, but at seafood restaurants, they’ll cost you a dollar apiece or more. They are a strange part of creation. Oyster is the common name for a number of different families of salt-water bivalve mollusks that live in marine or brackish habitats. In some species the valves are highly […]

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GRAVITY, SIN AND GLORY

GRAVITY, SIN AND GLORY…don’t seem to have anything in common. But let’s explore them and see. Gravity has always been a force on earth. But it was only much later that the theory and law were defined. Give credit to Newton, Galileo and Einstein. Basically, on Earth, gravity gives weight to physical objects, and the moon’s gravity causes the […]

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WATER

WATER…is essential to every form of earthly life. Without it things perish. Water is the main component of the human body. It represents on average 60% of the body weight in adult men, and 50-55% in women. Water is distributed throughout the body and organs. The water content of various organs depends on their composition, and ranges from […]

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NOSTALGIA

NOSTALGIA…is not a digestive illness. But it can sometimes cause heartburn or other maladies. While at other times it seems to work wonders. I guess it depends on what you’re being nostalgic about! It’s a sentimental longing or a wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations. There’s […]

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