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Priest’s Potpourri

By Karl Priest April 7, 2009 (updated 6-9-10_

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David saw the enemy army, with it’s mighty warrior in the front, approaching. He did not retreat, he did not stand, he did not inch forward. He ran to the battle!

We see the evolutionism giant leading the army of atheists. Let’s do what David did.

And it came to pass, when the Philistine arose, and came and drew nigh to meet David, that David hasted, and ran toward the army to meet the Philistine. (I Samuel 17:48)


When I show how incredible insects are, adults and children are inspired.

I have received a couple of calls from public schools.  Both callers were excited about what they had heard about my insect presentation and wanted to get me to present to their students.

The first call (Spring 2008) came from Kanawha County. I told the teacher that she should look at my website and then let me know if she wanted me. I told her I didn’t want to see her get into trouble with school officials. She called back and said she found someone else. 

In the Spring of 2009 a Lincoln County teacher called. Lincoln County is probably the most notorious West Virginia County for a failing school system. I told the lady I would come, but although I would not present a church program, I would make it clear that I am a Christian and that evolution is a lie. She said, "Oh. I'll talk to them (I assume “them” is her principal) and get back with you." I did not hear from her again.


I was thinking about all the wonderful music inspired by Jesus Christ and the God of the Bible (the Holy Spirit too).  A quick Google search for music from other major religions only turned up some elevator type instrumentals or chants.

I think CS Lewis made a point about the music of heaven.

From my study of insects I know that there are sound ranges that we cannot hear.  Add that to the human limitations on other senses and it becomes an awesome anticipation of what we will experience when we reach heaven.