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Devotion for January 12, 2007

January 12, 2007

Devotion for January 12, 2007 Otto Lilienthal didn’t invent the airplane, but his studies on the concept of human flight were among the first, if not the very first, attempts to be taken seriously in the scientific world. He designed 18 different hang gliders and personally experimented with all of them. He once said, “To invent an airplane...

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Devotion for Jan. 14, 2004

January 14, 2004

Devotion for Jan. 14, 2004 The New York Philharmonic is the oldest symphony orchestra in the United States. Founded in 1842, it was the first to play Dvorak’s “New World” Symphony No. 9, and the first to broadcast a live concert on the radio. Scores of distinguished conductors, soloists, and instrumentalists have performed with the Philharmonic...

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Devotion for January 13, 2007

January 13, 2007

Devotion for January 13, 2007 The Roman philosopher Lucretius once wrote, “So it is more useful to watch a man in times of peril, and in adversity to discern what kind of man he is; for then at last words of truth are drawn from the depths of his heart, and the mask is torn off, reality remains.” In today’s passage, the mask of works is torn...

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Devotion for Jan. 15, 2004

January 15, 2004

Devotion for Jan. 15, 2004 In Companions for Your Spiritual Journey, Mark Harris wrote, “Only the presence of the indwelling Christ can transform one’s character and affections, making that person capable of the high standards of fidelity and selflessness that mark the deepest friendships. What ultimately distinguishes a spiritual friendship...

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Devotion for January 14, 2007

January 14, 2007

Devotion for January 14, 2007 Julius Caesar had all the power a ruler could want, and he was overwhelmingly popular with the masses. But the Senate believed that Caesar’s power was growing too strong, especially after he was named “Dictator for Life.” Brutus and Cassius plotted his assassination in order to prevent the establishment of a...

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Devotion for Jan. 20, 2004

January 20, 2004

Devotion for Jan. 20, 2004 Fake goods do serious damage to world economies. The International Chamber of Commerce estimates that about $375 billion worth of goods were pirated or counterfeited last year, amounting to about eight percent of all world trade. American businesses alone lose between $200–$250 billion per year. Drugs and medicines,...

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Devotion for January 17, 2007

January 17, 2007

Devotion for January 17, 2007 It’s known in the legal world as the “Twinkie Defense.” In the 1970s after two high-profile murders, Dan White received a big break, escaping the death penalty with the lesser conviction of voluntary manslaughter. His winning defense? He had a diminished mental capacity after eating too many Twinkies. Due to...

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Devotion for Jan. 23, 2004

January 23, 2004

Devotion for Jan. 23, 2004 China recently found a new section of its famous Great Wall. Covered by sand for centuries in northwestern Ningxia Province, it was uncovered by archaeologists in the fall of 2002. It’s fifty miles long and was built in the 1530s. One of its watchtowers was said to still be in good condition. Constructed from the...

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Devotion for January 19, 2007

January 19, 2007

Devotion for January 19, 2007 In the presidential election of 1820, the incumbent James Monroe was, for all practical purposes, unopposed. He received all but one of the electoral votes. Monroe’s continuation in office was never in doubt becauseno one else was considered as an option. Aaron’s position as high priest wasn’t really in jeopardy,...

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todayintheword.org January 19, 2007

Devotion for Jan. 31, 2004

January 31, 2004

Devotion for Jan. 31, 2004 The idiom “two sides of the same coin” is familiar to most of us. It simply means that two things apparently different are essentially joined, just as the two pictures or designs on either side of a coin are merely different faces of a single object. During this month’s study we have seen quite clearly that faith...

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