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Genesis 1, 28 says that we should "go forth and multiply, and replenish the earth." Not all Bibles have this "replenish the e...

Sunday, June 12, 2016

27 words, my new Elevator Speech

David is the Generator at My Power Station. He is a content generator, generating ideas and questions to help the people he mentors achieve their incipient greatness.


Sir Humphry Davy, when asked to give a list of his discoveries, carefully traced the history of those successive researches which made him the first chemist of his day, and then significantly added: "But the master discovery of my life was the discovery of Michael Faraday!" He found him the untaught son of a smith, taking notes of his lectures, and yearning to study science. He took him into his laboratory, and there discovered that he had in his humble assistant one who would some day rival, if not eclipse, his master. Blessed work of discovering men.

(Arthur J. Pierson, D. D.)

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