REAL power

You hear and read a lot about power these days. Last summer when the electrical power grid in the northeast United States and southeast Canada failed, industries—along with municipal water and transportation systems—were shut down. Millions of individuals were pitched into darkness, stranded in elevators, caught in traffic jams caused by malfunctioning traffic lights.

It's not unusual to hear about the power of political majorities, personal connections, wealth, and education, while current events and television push on people the belief that ultimate power resides in violent weather, or in explosives and military force.

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POWER, POLITICS, AND PRAYER
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