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“The face of the Lord is against evildoers, to cut off the memory of them from the earth.” (Psalm 34:16).

There is a story abut a man who owned an elephant around which he created a carnival act. He concluded each performance by offering a cash prize to anyone in the audience who could make the elephant do certain tricks. On one occasion, in an Ohio town, he announced, “I’ll give five hundred dollars to anyone who can make this elephant jump, nod its head up-and-down and shake it from side-to-side.” Whereupon, a man in an elegant three-piece suit and carrying a slick leather attache case stepped forward…

The man opened the attache case and pulled out an inch-and-one-half roofing…

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