Hover over Romans 1:20-22 for proof of God's existence, and over Matthew 5:27-28 for Judgment Day’s perfect standard. Then hover over John 3:16-18 for what God did, and over Acts 17:30-31 for what to do.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Tossed in the Trash

Comfort Food
Read the Bible in a year: Genesis 36, Psalm 38, Matthew 23

The Associate Press today reported that in Los Angeles “One of the world’s smallest surviving babies was discharged Friday from the hospital where she spent nearly five months in an incubator — but not before getting the Hollywood treatment.” This tiny person was born at 9 1/2 ounces, less than a can of soda. “Wearing a pink knit hat and wrapped in a pink princess blanket, Melinda Star Guido was greeted by a mob of television cameras and news photographers outside the Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center.” The world is celebrating the survival of the second smallest baby ever born in the U.S. But not too many are asking, “What’s wrong with this picture?” This is the age at which babies are legally killed through abortion, and yet there’s festivity and wonder that this child survived. That’s like the Nazi’s celebrating because a Jew survived the horror of their concentration camp. The only reason this baby wasn’t torn limb from limb while in the womb, was because her mother wanted her to live. Had she seen her as an inconvenience, a mere signing of a form, and Melinda would have been tossed in the trash, and not cradled in an incubator. Please, help us to change hearts and minds about the horror of legalized abortion. See 180movie.com then pass it on.

Copying the Night Vision of Bees and Beetles
“The nocturnal vision of insects has led biology professor Eric Warrant at Lund University in Sweden to an exciting collaboration with the automaker Toyota. The collaborative project aims to develop a new type of color camera that, in the future, will help people drive cars more safely when it's dark outside.”
Warrant said, "For instance, there's a lot to be learned from nocturnally active dung beetles that live in cow dung." The professor and his team at the department of biology, Lund University, are interested in the function of eyes of various animal, especially in terms of their ability to see in the dark. Beetles, bees and moths have compound eyes with multiple lenses that work and these work together to make a single image in the animal's eye...” [Source]

“That very church which the world likes best is sure to be that which God abhors.” ― Charles H. Spurgeon