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Concerning the earth, God asked Job, "To what were its foundations fastened?" What an awesome scientific question. But God answers His own question in the book of Job: "God stretches the northern sky over empty space [tohu] and hangs the earth on nothing! (Job 26:7 — Phil Mason

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Churchill often reflected on this near-death episode and the effect of chance. 'You may walk to the right or to the left of a particular tree, and it makes the difference whether you rise to command an Army Corps or are sent home crippled or paralysed for life. — Phil Mason

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The ministry of the church is a ministry of heaven's glory. When Jesus trained His disciples He was training them how to release high level realms of glory on the earth, which is exactly what they continued to do in the book of Acts. — Phil Mason

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Whenever the glory of God shows up on the earth it always becomes visible in some tangible way. — Phil Mason

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recent festivals we have been releasing what we call "healing tunnels" where, on some occasions, we have had over 100 people pass through the tunnel formed by our healing team. Recently we saw almost every person healed as they passed through the tunnel. My wife was at the end of the tunnel with a microphone announcing the healings one by one to an astonished crowd of onlookers. This is consistently becoming one of the most exhilarating experiences that we have ever experienced in our — Phil Mason

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Much of history turns out to be the consequence of small acts of fortune, accident or luck, good or bad. — Phil Mason

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Pitt the Elder, had been prime minister a generation before (1766-68). He was a manic-depressive, had had a mental breakdown in 1751 while a Cabinet minister (Paymaster General) and had withdrawn from public office for three years. While serving in the highest office, clear signs of mental instability were evident. He spent most of his prime ministership sequestered away in a small room in his house at Hampstead, trying to avoid his ministers and the pressures of governing. During his time, his Chancellor was doing his own thing, unwisely levying the taxes on the North American colonies that would eventually ignite the War of Independence. — Phil Mason

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tea was drunk with boiled water, which killed off disease-carrying bacteria. Tea also possesses, in tannin, an antiseptic agent which made mothers' breast milk the healthiest it had ever been. No other nation drank tea on the same scale as the British. This, according to Macfarlane, was the key to why the Industrial Revolution was born here instead of somewhere else. — Phil Mason