Travel Diaries: A matter of perspective

At last we make contact with the outside world! The only internet connection here at the condo is picking up whatever wireless network is strongest from nearby routers. Today is the first day we’ve made contact and I’ve had a chance to blog. And so, I shall continue the account of our travels.
Day Three we explored the St. Louis Science Museum. I was struck by the contrast between this museum and Creation Museum. Much of the information among the displays at the science museum was pure propaganda – stem cell research was presented from the liberal perspective, the language and termonology leading you to believe that adult stem cells are really not very useful, and embrionic stem cells are much more helpful – when the exact opposite is true! We didn’t make it to all 3 floors, but I’m sure the dinosaur display was full of ‘millions of years’ propaganda as well. I pondered again how refreshing the Creation Museum was, coming from a Biblical perspective. I would highly encourage anyone who has thought about going there to make it a priority. It refreshes your spirit to have everything put into the proper perspective.

Here is an example of what the world can look like if you have got the wrong perspective…

…things are warped and out of balance, and well, completely wonky! We all know Micah is the tallest!

Watch your perspective today. Don’t let it get out of whack. Let scripture renew your mind and remind you of how Big our God is!

3 responses to “Travel Diaries: A matter of perspective”

  1. Trina Avatar

    Oh, Traci- fun, fun! isn't it just adorable? I miss our house. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Abbey – the photos are taken in a room where the walls and floor tiles are all slanted to trick your eyes into assuming right angles. Your eye tells you the room is square, but actually, the ceiling is very low on the right, thus making Pam and Nathanael look taller. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Abbey Avatar

    Oh I laughed so hard at those pictures!!! I want to know how they got to look that way!!

    I was very excited to see your post!! I have been faithfully watching for one!!:)

  3. Traci Avatar

    Such good advice!

    We drove past your new house on Sunday. Couldn't resist peeking in your windows too, lol. It's such a pretty yard! I'm excited to see the inside, and all the fun you'll have making it yours.

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