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Some of you have seen the musical, "My Fair Lady." The story tells of Henry Higgins, who bets a friend that he can change a lowly flower girl, Eliza Dolittle, into a princess, a lady of brilliance and poise.

Mr. Higgins’ attempts include lectures and corrections to teach Eliza to speak properly, to dress properly and to have proper manners. After many attempts failed, Eliza says to another character in the play, "The difference between a lady and a flower girl is not how she behaves but how she is treated. I will always be a flower girl to Mr. Higgins, because he always treats me that way."

Before you came this morning, you thought God was a Heavenly Mr. Higgins. But now you know.


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