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This Side of Heaven

A little girl was taking an evening walk with her father. Wonderingly, she looked up at the stars and exclaimed: "Oh, Daddy, if the wrong side of ...


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A Child Stands in Awe

One lovely moonlit night my small granddaughter and I went for a walk. The stars were magnificent. As I named individual stars and constellations, my ...


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Evidence of God in the Sky

This most beautiful system of the sun, planets, and comets, could only proceed from the counsel and dominion of an intelligent and powerful Being. This ...


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"In the Beginning God"

On Christmas Day 1968, the three astronauts of Apollo 8 circled the dark side of the moon and headed for home. Suddenly, over the horizon of the moon ...


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The Great Outdoors

America is sick today because she has gone indoors. ... It was a sad day for the race when somebody discovered ceilings. So long as men are under the ...


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Meeting God in Space

You might wonder why I believe in heaven in an age like this. One of the Russian cosmonauts came back and said, "Some people say God lives out there. ...


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The Highest of Heavens

As a child I wondered where God lived in outer space and how long it would take to get there. Far beyond intergalactic space with its billions of swirling ...


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Powerful Telescopes Search for Extraterrestrial Life

In a remote valley of northern California forty-two radio telescopes point skyward. The Allen Telescope Array is a new and powerful tool for an organization ...


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Earth Is a 1-in-700 Quintillion Planet

An article in Discovery magazine noted a new study that suggests there are around 700 quintillion planets in the universe, but only one like Earth. The ...


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We Are Made to Reflect God's Glory

Paul likens us to shining stars, and the word shine means to reflect. The scientific term is albedo. It's a measurement of how much sunlight a celestial ...


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