“And it shall be, when he sitteth upon the throne of his kingdom, that he shall write him a copy of this law in a book out of that which is before the priests the Levites,” —Deuteronomy 17:18. In this passage, God was telling His people that when they come into the promised land and get a king, the king should make a copy of the law. Until the invention of the printing press, books were handwritten. Once the press came into common use, books were printed and people were able to read the law (Bible) for themselves. With the invention of the typewriter, individuals could have a little press right in their own homes to type or write books. With the advent of the computer, information of all sorts has become available to nearly everyone.
Typing is such an excellent skill to possess! Instead of picking out the keys one at a time, your fingers can fly across them with great speed. Much of what you do in the way of processing information will be greatly enhanced by learning to type quickly and accurately. Typing does not take a great amount of talent. It simply takes practice.
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My favorite things of Keepers of the faith is no matter if it is one child or a class of many it is adaptable. So if you need a few extra activity ideas for your child or a organized devotion, and group activities you have something for everyone and for all ages. I use keepers of the home books for girls ranging from 3 to 15. Even with this vast age group we can still do so many actives together and it doesn't matter if there is 4 or 10 girls or more is is all adaptable. We also have great fun with just in our family.