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Homeless Jesus statue set to be installed in Glasgow by Christmas

A STATUE depicting Jesus as a homeless person is set to be erected in Glasgow by Christmas.
[07-17] #Glasgow is first Scottish location to house #homeless statue, found in around 50 locations worldwide …
[07-17] #Glasgow is first Scottish location to house #homeless statue, found in around 50 locations worldwide…
[08-17] RT if you would like Jesus to visit this Christmas. #Jesus #Christmas got any song lyrics?
[08-17] This restaurant is on a mission to help the homeless #Plymouth #UK #Homeless #charity #community…
[07-17] #England: Homeless shelter seeks volunteers - #Birmingham #homeless
[07-17] #CecilDayLewis has #statue in @VisitBelfast #Birmingham needs a statue 2its greatest @WritersDigest @JRRTolkien who got…
[07-17] This Charles II statue is #Edinburgh's oldest statue-we visit him all the time on our #walkingtours!…
[07-17] Boulton, Watt and Murdoch Statue #birmingham #statue #boultonwattandmurdoch #underconstruction…
[08-17] Why Catholics are Politically Homeless #Catholic #PopeFrancis #Politics #Christian #Jesus…
[08-17] If you #travel to #prague and you're a Kafka fan, visit this amazing statue of his head, created by David Cerny. The statue…
[07-17] #CecilDayLewis has #statue in @VisitBelfast #Birmingham needs a statue 2its greatest @WritersDigest @JRRTolkien who…
[08-17] #Jesus #God did give victory to Jesus. Jesus reigns in power over all. Jesus is LORD! Jesus is the king of kings.
[08-17] #WakeupCall for #Peace; #Jesus' birth is for #thetruth, not #Christmas; John18:37 Jesus' death is for us to know love; not…
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[07-17] #Homeless village to be built in #Edinburgh before Christmas
Lucked out with some gorgeous weather in Glasgow. #glasgow #scotland #glasgownecropolis (at Glasgow Necropolis)
Children's Christmas Movie where a magical store grants you one christmas present
I remember a movie from my early childhood that had a somewhat interesting premise. This would have been USA, and I would have seen it in the probably 2000-2005 range, but it could have been released earlier, anywhere in the 80's, 90's, or 00's. The movie centered around a fantasy "magical" Christmas store that was only open for a limited time (one day probably, maybe longer.) The store didn't sell anything, but rather gave you a single chance to name any physical item and have it provided to you for free... your "perfect Christmas present." You could only get your present once, and once you did, you couldn't get more or anything else. All I recall about the plot is a boy rushing back to the store as quickly as possible before it closed to try and change out the present he picked. If I recall, after the time is up (maybe once Christmas is over) the store magically disappears.
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Reynolds was buried at St Paul's Cathedral. In 1903, a statue, by Alfred Drury, was erected in his honour in Annenberg Courtyard of Burlington House, home of the Royal Academy. Around the statue are fountains and lights, installed in 2000, arranged in the pattern of a star chart at midnight on the night of Reynolds' birth. The planets are marked by granite discs, and the Moon by a water recess.
Homeless Jesus statue set to be installed in Glasgow by Christmas
A STATUE depicting Jesus as a homeless person is set to be erected in Glasgow by Christmas.
[Illustration: MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS, GLASGOW, SCOTLAND.--Glasgow is one of the best governed cities in Great Britain, and has a broad, bold and enlightened policy that conduces to the health, comfort and advancement of its citizens. This photograph represents its municipal buildings and a statue of Sir Walter Scott. The building is large and imposing, and of a mixed style of architecture. It was erected in 1860, at a cost of nearly half a million dollars, and has a tower 210 feet high. The Post Office, Bank of Scotland, Town Hall, Exchange and Revenue Buildings are close by.]
The foot conducts itself splendidly. We had a most enormous cram at Glasgow. Syme saw me again yesterday (before I left here for Glasgow), and repeated "Gout!" with the greatest indignation and contempt, several times. The aching is going off as the day goes on, if it be worth mentioning again. The ride from Glasgow was charming this morning; the sun shining brilliantly, and the country looking beautiful.
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