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“For those who find me find life, and receive favor from the Lord.”  (Proverbs 8: 35, NIV)

(Warning: Another Kansas University reference today! Go Jayhawks!)

The testimony of the Lord is everywhere.  We only need pay attention to see (and hear) it.

As you may remember from yesterday’s posting, today’s scripture, from the book of Proverbs, is inscribed on the museum building of the University of Kansas.  Just across the street and up the block a bit in the Kansas School of Religion is a large stained-glass window of Moses before the burning bush — which is also depicted on the University’s seal.

There it was (and is) for every passerby: An invitation to life, divine favor, and communion with the Holy.

What invitations from God will we see today?  And what will be our response?  – Luther

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“For those who find me find life, and receive favor from the Lord.”  (Proverbs 8: 35, NIV)

(Warning: Another Kansas University reference today! Go Jayhawks!)

The testimony of the Lord is everywhere.  We only need pay attention to see (and hear) it.

As you may remember from yesterday’s posting, today’s scripture, from the book of Proverbs, is inscribed on the museum building of the University of Kansas.  Just across the street and up the block a bit in the Kansas School of Religion is a large stained-glass window of Moses before the burning bush — which is also depicted on the University’s seal.

There it was (and is) for every passerby: An invitation to life, divine favor, and communion with the Holy.

What invitations from God will we see today?  And what will be our response?  – Luther

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“For those who find me find life, and receive favor from the Lord.”  (Proverbs 8: 35, NIV)

(Warning: Another Kansas University reference today! Go Jayhawks!)

The testimony of the Lord is everywhere.  We only need pay attention to see (and hear) it.

As you may remember from yesterday’s posting, today’s scripture, from the book of Proverbs, is inscribed on the museum building of the University of Kansas.  Just across the street and up the block a bit in the Kansas School of Religion is a large stained-glass window of Moses before the burning bush — which is also depicted on the University’s seal.

There it was (and is) for every passerby: An invitation to life, divine favor, and communion with the Holy.

What invitations from God will we see today?  And what will be our response?  – Luther

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