Or what's wrong with "Make Me A Blessing"
Verse 2: ...Others will trust Him if only you prove
true ev'ry moment you live.
That's a lot of weight.
A place where you can find out what I think about life, the universe, and everything - in small, intermittent bites. Now I guess that I'll have to make this interesting. *sigh*
American Minute with Bill Federer
"Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof."
Thus began the Ten Amendments, or Bill of Rights, which were approved this day, September 25, 1789.
George Mason, known as "The Father of the Bill of Rights," wrote the Virginia Declaration of Rights from which Jefferson drew to write the Declaration of Independence. Mason was one of fifty-five who wrote the U.S. Constitution, but was also one of sixteen who refused to sign it because it did not abolish slavery and did not limit the power of the Federal Government. He worked with Patrick Henry and Samuel Adams to prevent the Constitution from being ratified, as the abuses of King George's concentrated power were still fresh.
It was through Mason's insistence that in the first session of Congress ten limitations were put on the Federal Government.
George Mason had suggested the wording of the First Amendment be:"All men have an equal, natural and unalienable right to the free exercise of religion, according to the dictates of conscience; and that no particular sect or society of Christians ought to be favored or established by law in preference to others."___
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Thursday evening: after working out, subject notices slight distension of right side of abdomen.
Friday afternoon: subject waits 1.5 hours for primary care doctor to acknowledge condition and recommend a guy with a knife.
Monday afternoon: the guy with knife discusses alternatives and discussion of time ensues, which leads to. . .
Thursday morning: the guy with the knife, during a time tesseract, seems to have attached some gauze and tape to my belly.
An astronomer, a physicist and a mathematician are traveling on a train through Scotland. Through the window of the train they notice a black sheep.#2:
"Aha!" shouts the astronomer. "In Scotland, all sheep are black."
"Nonono, " says the physicist. "We only know that there are black sheep in Scotland, not that all scottish sheep are black."
The mathematician looks furiously at the other two and almost screams. "In Scotland there is at least one sheep with at least on black side!"
A biologist, a physicist and a mathematician are sitting at a cafe patio sipping coffee and watching the people go by. They see two people enter a nearby building. A few minutes later three people come out of the building.
'Ah,' the biologist says, 'they must have reproduced'.
'Nah,' says the physicist, 'three is within statistical error of two'.
'Well,' says the mathematician, 'one thing is for certain: if someone walks into the building now, it will be empty'.
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