IN all lands and ages men have lifted their hearts with deep yearning toward God and have striven to express in concrete form that which would be an unceasing reminder to themselves and others that God does indeed dwell with men. In primitive times an altar built by a devout worshiper told the passer-by that some one had reached out with eager hands toward God, that he had found Him, and left a rude memorial to record this fact.
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