kids. Wednesday , October 11th , 2017 - 02:45:04 AM
So, how can we apply these lessons learned long ago and now forgotten to implement a great body weight training program?
Suppose now we decrease the temperature of our drop of water, and we find the jiggling motion decreases, and the attractive forces between the atoms takes over and at very low temperatures, the atoms lock together into a new pattern called ice. The interesting thing is that there is a place for every atom in its solid form (crystalline array). Water is one of the only molecules that expands when solidified. The crystal pattern of ice is shown (right) it has many holes in it. This open structure collapses when the atoms jiggle hard enough to shake themselves loose (melting) and rush to fill in the gaps as the temperature (and jiggling) increases.
This 3-Point Bible Object Lesson for Kids was inspired by my reading of C.H. Spurgeons devotional on 2 Thessalonians 2:16 from his book Morning and Evening. You too can be inspired by your favorite Christian authors and come up with your own 3-Point Sermon for Kids.
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