Psalm 8 

We sat on the south rim of the Grand Canyon. The night skies were perfect for star gazing! No light pollution from man-made lights; no humidity to cause haze in the sky; high(ish) altitude so that the air was thinner than near sea level; plus, local amateur astronomers had telescopes set up so we could observe the moon and several planets with amazing clarity. We could see the rings of Saturn and the shadow of one of Jupiter’s moon as the moon orbited the planet. The views were spectacular! Only a jaded eye, or one fooled by modern science, could look at such a sight and say, “all this by chance plus time.” Instead, like the psalmist, “Oh, Lord, how majestic is Your name!”