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Taste and See!

Good morning afternoon. It is Sunday, April 19, 2015.

Today’s Word of the Day is dessicate. It is a verb, meaning, “to dry up or become dried up,” “to preserve (a food) by drying : dehydrate,” or, “to drain of emotional or intellectual vitality.” Yesterday just about left me dessicated. 2,083 more words

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Touch My Heart, O God!

Good morning. It is Saturday, April 18, 2015.

Today’s Word of the Day is wimple. This is a verb, meaning, “to cover with or as if with a wimple : veil,” “to ripple,” or, “( 956 more words

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What does it mean to know God? Can one know God?

For centuries, religion has made God seem distant and mysterious. But when you read the Bible, you find that God tells us he is very near to us. 67 more words

† Let Us Taste and C ...†

†Thus says the Living Word of God†: Psalm 34 The Voice (VOICE)A song of David as he pretended to be insane to escape from Abimelech.
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Taste and see that the Lord is good.

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