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We modern people think of miracles as the suspension of the natural order, but Jesus meant them to be the restoration of the natural order. The Bible tells us that God did not originally make the world to have disease, hunger, and death in it.
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Today I am thankful that there is balance in the universe. Call it what you like, yin/yang, chi, ebb/flow, what goes around comes around. Our brilliant Creator put order and balance in play with His first command to take that which was formless and give it form. 223 more words
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In the last blog post, we talked briefly about the difference between acquisition and learning. Well, Krashen’s monitor hypothesis takes this a step further (see, we’re even scaffolding in blog posts and hypotheses!) and describes the relationship between the two, as well as how the latter influences the former. 280 more words
An absence almost aching in some alien sense, brought on by backed-up desperation, catching cold contagion of undone creation.
Dead in some divergent sense of detachment, every example seeking excuses so as to be thought the exception, in finding not that foreign familial connection. 166 more words