Binding Wounds and Placing Stars

From our lowly perspective, binding a child’s wound seems vastly different than finding the location of a star. Picture a child running to you with tears and pain because of a scrape. We carefully take the child’s arm and remove the dirt from the scrape. All the while we comfort the… Continue reading

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Struggling To Get Peace Within

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I have had observers of the night skies tell me that they get some measure of peace by looking at the stars. A few even say it is almost a religious experience. Of course, others seek that kind of peace other ways through pleasure and success. Still others hunt for it… Continue reading

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Very Young Moon in a Very Young Year

There is an old song I sing that is adapted from Scripture: The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases. His mercies never come to an end. They are new every morning, new every morning. Great is thy faithfulness, O Lord. Great is thy faithfulness. The new moon or a… Continue reading

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Artists Ignore and the Scientists Scoff

We get odd reactions as we teach observing skills from a biblical worldview. I have submitted observing sheets of the heavens in art venues but the observations are generally ignored. Some scientists look at them and scoff at the layouts. Isn’t it odd that observing the heavens with a biblical… Continue reading

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