A man observed in wonder the miraculous creation of the six oak trees that stood on his property:
In my yard stand magnificent oaks that are more than one-hundred years old. I look at them and realize that the leaves must require barrels of fresh water each day to sustain them.
As a retired engineer, I know that no pump ever devised by man could force that much water through the dense wooden trunks of these trees. Yet God causes their roots to exert a working pressure of more than three-thousand pounds per square foot just to move the water up to the leaves — without even considering the resistance of the wood. That is just another example of God’s…
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