The ‘Holy Grail’ of super glues

When we think about the wonderful work of the Holy Spirit of God, it is sometimes good to think of it in terms of stickiness. My friend, life’s a story, stayed tuned for more on This Passing Day.

It takes a special hand to deal with glue! Some are born to handle the sticky and others not. I am one of the latter lot. While, like most men, I find the physical properties of most binders intriguing, in that there are few occupations more rewarding than being able to repair the unrepairable with a simple dab of glue, I have always belonged to the class of men of aspire to glue but are not able to truly work with it.

There are two endemic problems with glue that tend to keep me from grabbing the tube with utmost confidence. First, glue is sticky and I simply don’t like sticky things. Ever since childhood I have had a deep uneasiness with fingers that stick together or patches of itchy glue dried upon my knuckles. I remember once trying to glue together the pieces of a very nice model car that I had received for Christmas and, to my utter disappointment, ending up with something that