The Cry for Him

Human hearts cry for stuff. Some cry for social things and relationships. Some want a king. Others want to be the king. The clamor of human affairs marches on. But who cries for the Almighty? Contrary to the popular naturalistic theory that we came from the eons of evolution and… Continue reading

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The Milky Way and Starry Foolishness

I slipped out of bed to look out the window on a November night. The stars were bright and steady. As I gently spoke of their beauty to my sleeping Bride, she stirred then rose quickly to take a look for herself. With bed robes and jackets on top to… Continue reading

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Sparkling Orion with the Man

There he was. Orion was bright and shining for us to admire from our bedroom window.  The entire sky was bursting with starlight at 3:30 a.m.  The Pleiades, mentioned in scripture, was easy to find, and Sirius was his brightest self among the visible stars. The ice storm was over,… Continue reading

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Sky Wonders and Ground Truth

So, I asked, “Come see Saturn’s rings!” Although clouds were overhead, we quietly set up an 8 inch telescope. Clear tropical skies are hard to find in the Philippines, but the day had been drier than the last few, so we were hopeful. Mars was bright orange an hour after… Continue reading

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Crescent Craving and Children Waiting

I knew but did not know what was going to happen. We set up a little telescope to see the “third day” moon. The little sliver of a crescent could not be seen until just after sunset. We sat side by side and watched the color show as the fading… Continue reading

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