President Garfield could write two languages at the same time

James A. Garfield, 20th President of the United States, was, like Lincoln, born in a log cabin. But by hard work and real ability, he became the head of Hiram Institute, a major general during the Civil War, a leader in Congress, and finally Chief Executive of the United States.

Like many other people, the well-educated former backwoodsman was ambidextrous. That is to say, he was capable of writing with either his left hand or his right. But Garfield was probably unique in being able to write the two classical languages-Latin and Greek-at the same time, one with his right hand, the other with his left!

Many people are familiar with Gods Spiritual Gifts. Some people seem to have unusual natural gifts.