Great Moon Hoax New York Sun August 25 1835

The wise men window is a memorial to Sir John Hershel, a famous astronomer, who worshipped beneath this window for 30 years he is  buried in Westminster Abbey.

Sir John Hershel was a devout Christian and some say a great believer in the supernatural. When looking through his telescope he said that he saw lights jumping from one planet to another. Some say that he said they were angels. Also some say he saw angels on the moon, and that this led to the great moon hoax which was printed in the newspaper The New York Sun in 1835,  where some people elaborated on his belief in angels to try to discredit him. But his faith did not waiver, and he continued his work and became known as Englands Greatest Astronomer.

Our Mighty Jesus


“The Lord on high is mightier than the noise of many waters, yea, than the mighty waves of the sea.”  {Psalm  93 v 4}.

Jesus is mightier than what men may say, Jesus is the answer to our every need, and all our problems, Jesus is mightier than anything.

It is good to realize how awesome our God is. He is so strong, so mighty, so dependable, and yet it is His delight to look after us, and love us, and He is only a prayer away.

You may have a terrible problem, or sickness, or worry may overshadow your life, whatever it is, Jesus is the answer.

 No matter what men may say to you, no matter what problem you have, Jesus is mightier than that, He can sort it out, and He will, if you ask Him. He is stretching out His hand to you, He is waiting for your prayer right now.

The Bible says, “Casting all your care upon Him, for He careth for you.” {1 Peter 5 v 7}.

Give Jesus your problems, give Jesus your cares and watch Him deliver you. When your problems seem too much to stand, when you don’t know which way to turn, turn to Jesus, give it all to Him and He will bring you through.

He is mightier than your need, no matter what it is, He is the answer, just ask Him and watch Him deliver you today.

“The Lord on high is mightier than the noise of many waters, yes, than the mighty waves of the sea.” {Psalm  93 v 4}.



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