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In Psalm 8, how does the imagery that describes the "heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and the stars" present the Lord? A. as wise and just B. as caring for the downtrodden C. as caring for the beasts of the earth D. as glorious and creative

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    What lesson does the parable of "The Prodigal Son" convey? A. Jealousy between brothers is a common trouble. B. Everything that was once lost will one day be found again. C. Sinners who turn away from wrong behavior can expect to be welcomed gladly. D. Older children are more obedient to their parents than are younger children.

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    as glorious and creative Everything that was once lost will one day be found again

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