I was at a book singing yesterday, and privy to many mini conversations. I have a new children’s book, and one set of proud grandparents spent over ten minutes telling me how great and wonderful their grandchild was. I smiled because I is one. And we love to tell anyone who will listen about our grandchildren. As I contemplated afterwards, I wondered if we would spend ten minutes telling others how great and wonderful is our God. In the news recently there have been stories about a physicist NOT being awarded a nobel prize because he called his discovery the God Particle. You see this is not politically correct. The God particle is also known as the Higgs boson particle and Isaac Newton believed it existed, but now this sub-atomic particle can actually be seen, however briefly. In Hebrews 11:3 we find these words. “The worlds were formed by the Word of God, so that the things which are seen, were not made of things which are visible.” The Bible was right all along. God’s hand is on everything he created. But wait there’s more. There is a family of proteins called Laminin. Laminin literally is the “glue” that holds particles together. Col. 1:17 reads “He is before all things, and in Him all things consist.” Okay, so Laminin holds you and me together. Why is that important? Look closer. Within this glue-like substance is a cross. God’s stamp of approval, if you will, just waiting to be discovered. Wow! I challenge you to take ten minutes today to tell someone how great and wonderful is our God!