This letter is prompted by the July 24–31 issue on "Home and family," which, in my opinion, hit the ball out of the park! I cannot enumerate here all that I got out of it, but suffice it to say the following two examples stood out to me. As I was reading, one article talked about God as All-in-all, a phrase I have heard and used for many years. But as I read, I found myself thinking, "Sometime I would really like to see a definition of that." Several pages later I had my answer in Robert Holcomb's outstanding piece, "Give up those age-old concepts." He writes: "... that phrase [All-in-all] might be about finding God to be everything, for everyone, everywhere, at every moment. At all times, in all places, for all of His children, God is revealing the reality spiritual being." Wow! Well said!

And Melissa Baker's poem, "Questions for this day," was torn out and goes with me in my purse. I pull it out and read it during the day, checking to make sure "my God beam" is not going "unused today."

A sincere and heartfelt thanks to all those who make these publications possible and in the process strengthen us all as we journey forward.

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The 'everywhere' fact
September 18, 2006

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