Many believers are living like invisible men; invisible believers, afraid to cause a stir or take a stand. But God says that we are to make a difference. You are the light of the world. If you don’t take a stand, you won’t… make a difference. You have to stop being invisible; you are called to be a bright and shining light. Start shining as a believer, and let your light show up, let your Gospel show up, let the righteousness of God show up. Start manifesting the presence of God. Do not try to blend in with the world. You have the gospel of God, the power of God, make it known. Messiah didn’t call you to be invisible. He called you to be the light. So be the light. Arise and shine and make the Lord visible. (Jonathan Cahn)
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These pleistocene fossils are dredged up by fishing trawlers in the the North Sea between Britain and Denmark. Fishermen routinely find mammoth teeth and many ice aged fossils in their nets and given the chance that a fossil is accidentally gathered in a net is slim the sea floor is probably littered with the remains of millions of animals. The cold temperatures and low oxygen environment of the North Sea has aided in the preservation of these teeth and bones.
While these fossils have been pulled up in nets for more than a century, they were frequently discarded. It wasn’t until the past two decades that this material has begun to be systematically collected and studied. By recording the locations of their finds and allowing scientists to make observations before the more common material is made available, much has been learned about the fauna that once roamed the land that now lies 30 to 150 feet below the North Sea waters.
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