Quotemeal: Nov. 2nd, 2001

Friday, November 2, 2001

"God still draws near to us in the ordinary, commonplace, everyday experiences and places... He comes in surprising ways."
— Henry Gariepy

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Illustration of Henry Gariepy — "God still draws near to us in the ordinary, commonplace, everyday experiences and places... He comes in surprising ways."

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