Gazing up to into the night sky is spectacular. If we imagine the distances represented there, it makes feel uncertain of ourselves. And if we remember the distances of time, we understand that we inhabit this planet only for an insignificant moment.
Anyone who during the day can imagine himself important, who is so irritated with his fellow drivers on the highway, even traffic lights, should come to our hospital at midnight and look up at the sky. We are only small particles of dust in a dark, silent, and cold universe.
God created such a brilliant galaxy. We should not be surprised at his ability to interpose in the lives of thousands of millions of people, or that He even knows our thoughts.
Could it be that He also sees the patients, who sleep in long rows in front of the door of our hospital? In the Bible he says the following: “what is man that you are mindful of him, the son of man that you care for him?” Psalms 8:4. There is no hope beyond his mercy. /KDJ