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Deep Waters

Deep Waters

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Published by: itisme_angela on Oct 25, 2010
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TWO children were playing on a hillside when they no-

ticed that the hour was nearing sunset, and one said
wonderingly, “See how far the sun has gone! A little while ago
it was right over that tree, and now it is low down in the sky.”
“Only it isn’t the sun that moves, it’s the earth. Father told us,”
answered the other. The frst one shook his head. The sun did
move, for he had seen it; and the earth did not move, for he
had been standing on it all the time. “I know what I see,” he
said triumphantly. “And I believe Father,” said his brother. So
mankind divides still — some accepting only what their senses
reveal to them, the others believing the Word of God.

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Deep Waters and a Bubbling Brook
Deep Waters and a Bubbling Brook

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He who is slow to anger has great understanding 249

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