Soul Food Part 2 (11 of 17) by Miles McPherson

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Soul Food Part 2 (11 of 17)
Series: The Royal
Miles McPherson


…workshop 1 and by the way I have a blog on my website milesmcpherson.com and I wrote about this and write something every week mostly on leadership stuff. So you can, you can read that if you want. I go more into in depth.

Proverbs 1, Proverbs is the book after Psalms and Psalms comes first then Proverbs. If you want to better understand and know which one comes first Psalms has an A in it. A is the first letter. Isn't that true? Are you all awake tonight? Ok very good. Wave your hands in the air, wave em like you just don't care. There you go. Ok. This, this is how you clap in sign language. Let's all applause Jesus. But He can't here it. Yes He can. He knows exactly what this means.

Lord thank you so much for your faithfulness. Thank you for being good to us and we pray you would encourage us today. In Jesus' name, Amen!

When I was in college I was a mechanical engineering student and I had classes like Calculus 1, 2 and 3 and differential equations which is 4 dimensional math. I had um Material Science, Thermal Dynamics, Dynamics, all that kind of stuff, organic chemistry I took because I was gonna go into medical a little bit but I didn't do that. But I had all these science classes all theory and every summer I would work as an engineer somewhere whether it be usually in New York City or in Connecticut and 1 summer the summer of my last summer before I left college I worked at a place called Electric Boat in Connecticut where they make the Trident Submarine. The Trident Submarine is at the time was the biggest nuclear sub we had. I don't know if it still is today and when I got there I didn't want to just sit down and be a grunt and do nothing. I wanted to come up with some creative project so I think if I remember correctly, it was a long time ago ah I came up with this concept and let me try to design a distilling plant in the Trident Submarine.

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