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Shredding the Past Ephesians 1:3-14

Shredding the Past

State-of-the-art shredders can destroy massive quantities of sensitive documents in minutes, but some attempts at destruction go awry. One thing that can never be shredded is our sins ... but they can be forgiven. For an alternative approach pertaining to John 1: (1-9), 10-18, see Ignoring the FAQs.

Shortly after the Enron story broke last year, Jay Leno quipped, “Enron is now officially out of the energy business. They are now in a new business: confetti.”

The paper shredders at Enron weren’t the only ones cranking out confetti in 2002. The Arthur Andersen accounting firm as well as WorldCom were at it 24/7 until the courts told them to stop.

To get a job like this done, however, you’d want to have the Taskmaster TM1620DS. This turbo-charged baby can destroy massive quantities of sensitive documents in minutes. Feed a two-inch thick ream of documents, spiral notebooks, cards, checks, computer printouts or document boxes into the Taskmaster and the unit will shred the stuff and discharge it as small, secure chips.

There is no denying that human beings have laid waste to a great many things in the course of time: cities, species and a vast amount of cultural, religious and linguistic heritage. Much has been lost through wanton and intentional eradication. What seems more...

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