Jazz musician Dave Brubeck rehearses in a studio with his quartet around 1950.(Getty Images)
Jazz musician Dave Brubeck rehearses in a studio with his quartet around 1950.
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Law—and the Best of the Human Spirit

December 8, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
There is good in this world. Too often it’s hard to find. There’s a reason for that. It all centers on law.
 

“The real value of a human life … lies solely within the human spirit combined with the human brain,” Herbert Armstrong observed in his book Mystery of the Ages. “It should be stated at once that this human spirit is not perceived by the most highly educated psychologists, yet it is the very essence of the human mind.”

This is a tremendous reality that truly opens up our understanding as to how our God-given human potential can be released and fully developed in association with the Spirit of God—the very mind of our Creator!

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