Daily Devotions for Juniors 2021
Para el: 27 septiembre
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Do you know the Morse code?
In 1838, Samuel Finley Breese Morse created this code to send messages
through his great invention: the telegraph. In those days it was the only means of communication. There were no telephones or Internet.
Only two signals can be sent with the Morse code:
a long one and a short one, that is, the code translates each letter of the alphabet into dashes (long signals) and dots (short signals).
Do you want to send your friends secret messages? Look up a translation of every letter into the Morse code in an encyclopedia or online and you can get started.
Many people were rescued because they used the Morse code to ask for help.
Three letters are used in the Morse code to ask for help: SOS. Those three letters are very easy to remember…
You can write it by using dots and dashes ( – — — —- – -), or by turning a flashlight on and off.
King David didn’t know the Morse code, but when he wrote psalms, he always asked God to save him from those who persecuted him, and God was always by his side to
help him. If you ever need to ask for help or be rescued, remember the Morse code and send God an SOS.
He understands every code and will come to your rescue every time you need it.
Write SOS in your Prayer Journal by using the Morse code.
Daily Devotions for Junior 2021
By: RAQUEL RODRIGUEZ MERCADO
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