Good Morning April 7

On one wall of my office I have four shelves of antique radio parts. There are capacitors, variable resistors, meters and a variety of other items. One variable capacitor is 12 inches in diameter and 8 inches deep. By today’s standards these 100 years old parts are gigantic. Everything today has been miniaturized. But one thing has remained constant, the laws of physics that govern the flow of electrons in devices we build. We’ve learned how to make things smaller and more efficient, but we can’t change the governing principles that make the devices work. Of course, this has its counterpart in life and society. Our God, the God who devised our being and brought us into life has established the laws by which we function best. We may manipulate all manner of things in society, but we can’t change the laws God has established for our best good. Perhaps we should look again at the Designer’s schematics.