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In a biography of Dwight L. Moody an incident is recorded from the life of President Woodrow Wilson in which he describes his one and only contact with that famous preacher. "I was in a barbershop," Wilson said, "when I became conscious that someone unusual had entered the room. A man had come in quietly and was seated in the chair next to mine. Every word he uttered showed a personal and vital interest in the one who was serving him, though he was not the least bit formal or pompous. Purposely I lingered until after he left and noted the singular effect his visit had upon the barbers in that shop. Their conversation was quiet and subdued. Though they did not know his name, somehow his presence had elevated their thoughts and impressed them greatly. Personally, I left there feeling I had been to a place of worship."

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