Monday, November 28, 2005

Arthur H. Compton said...

Arthur H. Compton (1892-1962) won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1927. He is quoted as saying: “Science is the glimpse of God‘s purpose in nature. The very existence of the amazing world of the atom and radiation points to a purposeful creation, to the idea that there is a God and an intelligent purpose back of everything ... An orderly universe testifies to the greatest statement ever uttered: ‘In the beginning, God...’ ”
[ quoted in Hidden Wealth Series - Scientific Facts in the Bible, Ray Comfort, Bridge-Logos 2001, page 31. ]

Friday, November 25, 2005

Thanksgiving thoughts

What am I thankful for this Thanksgiving Day?
God's Holiness - which showed me my sin
God's Nearness - who heard my cry
God's Forgiveness - who cleansed my sins
God's Goodness - who gave me a new beginning
God's Greatness - who has made beauty from my ashes
God's Loving-Kindness - who blesses me in spite of myself
God's Faithfulness/Truthfulness - who restored my mind and never fails me.
God's Uniqueness - There is none other who has all these traits though there are many deceivers who claim them.

I have tasted of the Lord's Goodness and Greatness towards me and found Him to be Faithfully True; He satisfies all my longings.

Blessings to you and yours for this beautiful Thanksgiving Day.

Thursday, November 24, 2005

This will be my first attempt to use ...

First attempt to use Writely

This will be my first attempt to use the web-browser-based word processor, Writely. I read about it in eWeek's Pings and Packets. For the time being it is free, while in beta. Access Writely at

It looks like it will work nicely in Firefox, but so far it will not work in Safari. They say they are working on a solution for Safari.