Thursday, November 20, 2008

Psalm 14:1

The cosmos (orange flowers) in front of our office have been a popular gathering place for butterflies of all kinds the past few weeks. The flowers are quickly fading and most of the butterflies have moved on but there are still a few. Every time I see them, I think of some things I've heard Brian say ( a million katrillion times). I can't quote him perfectly, but it goes something like this. "Evolution is a fairy tale for grown ups. It was disproved more then 100 years ago. It can't begin to explain how a little caterpillar crawls out of its egg and begins to eat many times its own weight every day. It gets too fat for its skin so it repeatedly splits its hide and crawls out wearing a larger suit, only to eat till he gets so fat that he splits that one and crawls out with a bigger suit. After a couple of weeks or so the caterpillar climbs up in a tree and glues itself to a branch, hanging upside down.
Click on the little pink box in the left column to read "the rest of the story."

You can click on the little butterfly on the left side column to go to You Tube for a 6 minute vide of the butterflies on my cosmos. Click on the rectangular box on the bottom right of the You Tube Movie box to enlarge the video.

1 comment:

wilma said...

What an amazing God we serve. I don't know how anybody cannot believe in God. They may not see that God is Jesus but there is no way this whole world could be an accident. Thanks for sharing