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The Glasses of Vision and the Glorious Gift

There was once a servant of the Lord who spoke much of what he would one day do. When he gathered with the other servants he showed them his glasses. ‘These are the glasses of vision’, he told them. ‘With them I can see a distant day. For now I have not inherited much. There are problems and there are few resources. But with these glasses I can see far beyond the problems I have inherited.’ And they marvelled with him at the glory of the glasses. And behold, an angel of the Lord appeared unto the servant. ‘The Lord has given you a gift,’ said the angel, ‘and sent me to show it to you.’ The servant began to rejoice, and hoped this gift would bring the vision of the glasses to pass. So the angel led the servant up to the top of a high hill. ‘Look down and see the gift that the Lord has given you,’ said the angel. The servant looked, but could not see. ‘Where is this gift?,’ he asked. ‘Look, and tell me what you see,’ said the angel. So, again, the servant looked, and he began to see a li

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