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Deep Waters

Deep Waters

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Published by: itisme_angela on Oct 25, 2010
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DESPITE the presence of many suns in the universe, and

the continual radiation from them of electromagnetic
energy, outer space is dark and cold. It is our atmosphere that
has much, if not everything, to do with the converting of the
sun’s electromagnetic rays into light and heat, making life pos-
sible on this planet.
Some years ago, two Russian cosmonauts, having ascended
into outer space, on their return to the earth declared that
they could fnd no evidence of God up there. On the other
hand, the American astronauts, having ascended into the
same outer space, on their return to the earth said that they
had seen evidence of God all about them while up there!
The difference? The Russians lacked the atmosphere of faith,
which the Americans had, and were therefore unable to rec-
ognize God anywhere. The Apostle Paul spoke truly when he
declared, “he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and
that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.”

—Hebrews 11:6

A. C. Frey

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


Do not be wise in your own eyes 43

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