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When the first paper volume of Donald Knuth's The Art of Computer Programming was published in 1968,[4] it was typeset using hot metal typesetting set by a Monotype Corporation typecaster. This method, dating back to the 19th century, produced a "good classic style" appreciated by Knuth.

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When the first paper volume of Donald Knuth's The Art of Computer Programming was published in 1968,[4] it was typeset using hot metal typesetting set by a Monotype Corporation typecaster. This method, dating back to the 19th century, produced a "good classic style" appreciated by Knuth.

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When the first paper volume of Donald Knuth's The Art of Computer Programming was published in 1968,[4] it was typeset using hot metal typesetting set by a Monotype Corporation typecaster. This method, dating back to the 19th century, produced a "good classic style" appreciated by Knuth.

Will You Let Your Heart Sing?

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Will You Let Your Heart Sing?

Memory Verse

Psalm 30:12 (NIV) That my heart may sing your praises and not be silent. Lord my God, I will praise you forever.

This week we’d like to encourage you to MEMORIZE the verse and hide it deep in your heart. That is what God’s word says for us to do.

This means spending a few minutes each day reading the verse out loud and then repeating it over and over until you have it memorized. By the third day, you should be able to say most of the verse without even looking!

Psalm 30:12 (NIV) That my heart may sing your praises and not be silent. Lord my God, I will praise you forever.

Singing God's praises means waking up every morning with "Thank You" on your lips for another day to serve Him on Earth. It means smiling at the co-worker who is always gruff and everyone avoids. It means saying, "You are important to me," to our children although we think they know it. It means hiding His promises in our hearts so that when we need a reminder of His love and mercy, we have immediate access to it! Spend a few minutes each day this week saying Psalm 30:12 out loud to yourself (and anyone else around). Hide these words in your heart...

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