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(morganofriverton.com) 0 Comments PSALM 72:11,12,13,17,19 Yea, all kings shall fall down before him All nations shall serve him He shall spare the poor and needy and shall save the souls of the needy He shall redeem their soul from deceit and violence and precious shall their blood be in his sight His name shall endure forever His name shall be continued As long as the sun and men shall be blessed in him All nations shall call him blessed and blessed be his glorious name forever And let the whole earth be filled with his glory Amen and Amen 0 Comments A TIME OF QUIETNESS 7/30/2015 0 Comments A TIME OF QUIETNESS The other evening at about seven, we stepped outside our study into the warm, encouraging,summer air to go to our car for some papers. The sun had set but it was not yet dark. There was a gentle stillness in the air. And in the distance, we hear the chiming of a carillon. As the bells rang, this thought came into our mind... "Go peacefully into the night." Every town should have a time of quietness... a time when the chimes of a single carillon might be heard throughout the land. 0 Comments HAMSTERS IN THE BANK 7/30/2015 0 Comments HAMSTERS IN THE BANK Recently, while trying to illustrate the disparity between the ceiling placed on strategic nuclear weapons and the Soviet's actual reduction, Jody Powell, the President's Press Secretary, resorted to the analogy of an adequate supply of hamsters versus an over-abundance of hamsters. Finally, somebody in government circles is talking in a language we can readily understand. (Although, quite frankly, we used apples and oranges when we were learning basic math in grammar school.) We don't know if the Russians were paying any attention or not. But, we want you to know, Jody, that we're with you one-hundred percent. Every time our wife asks us for some shopping money now, we just simply reply... "I'm sorry honey, we just don't have enough hamsters in the bank." (Written in 1977)