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    Thank you to the person who selected the beautiful selections in this week’s lesson. Each time I read the Responsive Reading and come to the part with the “river of thy pleasures,” I feel such a renewal of life, knowing that nothing can ever interrupt its current.

    Psalm 36:8
    They shall be abundantly satisfied with the fatness of your house; and you shall make them drink of the river of your pleasures.

    “There is a river of these pleasures always full, always fresh, always flowing. There is enough for all, enough for each, enough for evermore, Psalm 46:4.” (Benson Commentary)

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