Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Atheist Science Teacher makes stunning discovery

Today's click through is interesting.

The title explains it all.

The details are presented in the clickable link.

Check it out.

HERE'S THE LINK TO Atheist Science Teacher makes stunning discovery

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

1500 foot TV Tower




How are you with heights?

Check this out.

When a 1500 foot TV tower needs service --

someone has to climb it.

How about you?

HERE'S THE LINK TO 1500 foot TV tower

 

 



Monday, August 10, 2020

102 Year old runner has no plans for slowing down

 You have probably noticed many runners and most are young.

Perhaps you are even a runner yourself.

But, today we are going to see a 102 year old runner.

No kidding.

Really 102 years old. Wow.

HERE'S THE LINK TO 102 Year old runner has no plans for slowing down

 

 

 

Sunday, August 9, 2020

Hymn: And can it be that I should gain

                                           
             





Today's Hymn was written by Charles Wesley.
                                        
The words are provided.

Sing or hum along.

HERE'S THE LINK TO And can it be that I should gain






Saturday, August 8, 2020

How can a person be Saved?

                                
Every person MUST be 'saved / born again'

IF  they are going to escape Hell (and, yes, there is a Hell)

and spend eternity in Heaven.

But how can a person be saved? you ask.

You have heard of so many ways and ideas. 

Which is correct?  What should I do?

Well, we have a very short answer for you with several scripture verses.

HERE'S THE LINK TO How can a person be saved




Friday, August 7, 2020

Why do we get punished for what Adam did

                                   
You have surely asked or wondered about this many times.

It is an important question and the implications are huge as you well know.

Why, oh why, you ask, is everyone, yes everyone, a sinner in need of redemption and salvation just because Adam and Eve sinned long long ago?

How and why does what they did affect you, me, and everyone regarding our relationship with God?

Today's click through has the answer.

HERE'S THE LINK TO Why do we get punished for what Adam did






Thursday, August 6, 2020

What is Hell's Best Kept secret

                                    


Today's click through is going to take some time to digest

-- because It is a link to an audio of almost 52 minutes --

but there is also a transcript of the audio if you would prefer to read the answer to this very important and essential question. 

Regardless of which you do --

Be sure to listen to the audio or read the transcript ASAP.

Your eternal destiny depends on it.

HERE'S THE LINK TO What is Hell's Best Kept Secret



Wednesday, August 5, 2020

What do we really know about Radiometric Dating

 
 As you know, many scientists base their theory of the Age of the Earth and Universe on Radiometric Dating.

But is the method of dating accurate? 

Today's click through provides very interesting and important information about the accuracy of the Dating.

HERE'S THE LINK TO Dating Methods for Radiometric Dating










Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Living with Cancer


A friend of DIT has lived with cancer almost her entire life.

She has posted a summary of her experience with the hope and intention of encouraging others with Cancer to better understand how to cope with the situation and to experience the Love of Christ through the trials and complications.

This is a MUST READ.

HERE'S THE LINK To Living with Cancer






Monday, August 3, 2020

How Old is the earth

This is a question asked by many. And it well should be. For a really good and detailed answer to this very important question HERE'S THE LINK TO How Old is the Earth

Sunday, August 2, 2020

Sunday Hymn: Burdens are lifted at Calvary

Today's hymn is sung by the Voice of Eden (VOE) group. It is a well known hymn loved by many. The words are provided. Sing or hum along. HERE"S THE LINK TO Burdens are lifted at Calvary

Saturday, August 1, 2020

Friday, July 31, 2020

Fur Elise on a Glass Harp

Usually this famous piece of music is played on a piano and you are likely very familiar with it. But today let's hear it on a Glass Harp. Interesting and still beautiful. HERE'S THE LINK TO Fur Elise on a Glass Harp

Thursday, July 30, 2020

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

1500 foot TV tower

How are you with heights? Check this out. When a 1500 foot TV tower needs service -- someone has to climb it. How about you? HERE'S THE LINK TO 1500 foot TV tower

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

102 year old runner has no plans for slowing down

You have probably noticed many runners and most are young. Perhaps you are even a runner yourself. But, today we are going to see a 102 year old runner. No kidding. Really 102 years old. Wow. HERE'S THE LINK TO 102 year old runner has no plans for slowing down

Monday, July 27, 2020

A Ranger Rescued a Hippo

This true story takes place in South Africa.

What is it? you ask.

Well, a Ranger Rescued a Hippo that apparently had become separated from its parents during a flood.

The Ranger saw the baby hippo and rescued him.

At the time he couldn't imagine how or if she would thank him.

But this story tells of the amazing way the hippo thanked the man.

I think you will find this amazing. I know I did.

HERE'S THE LINK TO A Ranger Rescued a Hippo He couldn't imagine how she would thank him



 

Saturday, July 25, 2020

Debussy "Clair de Lune" on Piano for 80 year old elephant

Animals seem to be really attracted to classical music.

Today's click through is one example of how enthralled they become when they hear music.

The 'audience' today is an 80 year old elephant.

HERE'S THE LINK TO Debussy "Clair de Lune" on Piano for 80 year old elephant





Friday, July 24, 2020

Thursday, July 23, 2020

The couple with the longest marriage in America

This is a truly amazing couple

You probably are familiar with wedding anniversaries of 25 and 50 years

but WOW this couple has surpassed those by a lot.

How long have they been married? you ask

Well, today's click through will explain.

Check this out

HERE'S THE LINK TO The couple with the longest marriage in America




 

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

These 7 Digits may be more important than your Social Security Number

What are these 7 digits?

And how can they be more important than a social security number? you ask.

Well, today's click through will explain

and I think you will be surprised at what they are and why they are so important

Check this out.

HERE'S THE LINK TO These 7 Digits may be more important than your Social Security Number




 

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Is Hogan's Heroes star, John Banner buried under the wrong headstone

If you are wondering who John Banner is --

he is the actor who played the unforgettable and lovable Sargent Shultz in the Hogan's Heroes TV series.

Yes, he is the one who would say  "I know nothing".

Now that you know who this person is

You are probably thanking that that is an unusual question.

How could anyone be buried under the wrong headstone?

And if such a thing could happen -- why?

Today's click through explains.

HERE'S THE LINK TO Is Hogan's Heroes star, John Banner buried under the wrong headstone





Monday, July 20, 2020

Saturday, July 18, 2020

Ex-E.T

Today's Click through is to a really cute video that won a Special Jury Award in 2009 for a Graduation film.

Whoever created this film certainly did a good job and deserved the award.

I think you will agree.

So without further ado

HERE'S THE LINK TO  Ex-E.T.- special jury award for a graduation film 




 

Friday, July 17, 2020

How Maritime Law works

 There are laws and laws and laws

Laws of countries, cities, counties, etc etc etc

And there are also laws that apply to the oceans!

These are known as the Maritime Laws

Today's Click through will explain this concept.

I think you will find this really interesting.

HERE'S THE LINK TO How Maritime Law Works







Thursday, July 16, 2020

NASA explains moon return plans in stunning animated short video



The world of Scientists and others who are interested in Space are all animatedly talking about various future expeditions to the Moon, to Mars, and elsewhere.

But if you go to space -- you really need to know how to get back to earth.

Today's click through reveals one such 'how to get back' plan.

HERE'S THE LINK TO NASA explains moon return plans in stunning animated short video








Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Character of God: Exodus 34:6-7

The God of the Bible is The God Who is being discussed in today's DIT.

You will find this short video to very informative and interesting.

Indeed, it is a must watch.

HERE'S THE LINK TO Character of God: Exodus 34:6-7




 

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

How to read barcodes


Our thinking man thought he would like to know how barcodes work

and so probably do you.

But, guess what,

what?

Well, even after you see this really interesting and informative short video

you will probably still be wondering.

But this is really interesting so check it out.

HERE'S THE LINK TO How to read barcodes





 

Monday, July 13, 2020

5 Most Isolated communities at the end of the earth

Intrepid Adventurers have gone to many unusual and exotic places

but today's click through will show us 5 places that likely even the most intrepid of them all have not visited.

What are these isolated communities? you ask

Well check them  out and see if you really want to go or if just watching them here is sufficient.

HERE'S THE LINK TO 5 Most Isolated communities at the end of the earth




 

Friday, July 10, 2020

What should be the foundation on which you build your life?


Today's short video by the Late Ravi Zacharias is profound and important.

Whether you are nearing the end of your life

or just beginning

or somewhere in between

his words on this topic are wise and instructive.

Check this out.

HERE'S THE LINK TO What should be the foundation on which you build your life?




 

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Why there's only one American Cruise Ship

As you know, there are a zillion (well a lot of) cruise ships

and Alas, due to the Coronovirus, they are not sailing now.

But, even if they were sailing

it is interesting to note that there is only ONE that is an American Cruise Ship.

Why?  you ask.

Well This short video will explain. 

HERE'S THE LINKTO Why there's only one American Cruise Ship



 

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Bag going for a walk

Today's DIT is to another group of funny and interesting things.

It starts with a bag going for a walk -- and it really does look like it.

I wonder how they did that.

And then some more short interesting thing follow.

So sit down and get ready to be amused.

HERE'S THE LINK TO Bag going for a walk



 

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

First Lady Melania Trump // I can do all things through Christ

As we continue to go through this Covid 19 Virus situation

and on the National Day of Prayer of May 7, 2020

the First Lady of the USA had this to say.

HERE'S THE LINK TO I can do all things through Christ





 

Monday, July 6, 2020

How the US Government kept a town of 75,000 secret

Wow!  Did this really happen?

Did the government keep a town of 75,000 secret for years!?

Well, yes.

And today's click through will explain.

HERE'S THE LINK TO How the US Government kept a town of 75,000 secret




 

Sunday, July 5, 2020

Sunday Hymn: I'd rather have Jesus

Today's hymn is another favorite of many

and was a favorite of the father of several DITers.

It was written by George Beverly Shea.

HERE'S THE LINK TO I'd Rather have Jesus




 

Saturday, July 4, 2020

Today is Independence Day

July 4 is a very important day in the History of the United States of America.

Also known as Independence Day, it is observed with fireworks, cookouts, concerts, parades, and many many more festivities.

But, why is this day so important?

Years ago we didn’t have to ask that question.

But in recent years many facts about this day have become hazy, foggy, and even non-existent.

Bottom line answer as to why this day is important as described on Wikipedia is:

“During the American Revolution, the legal separation of the American colonies from Great Britain occurred on July 2, 1776, when the Second Continental Congress voted to approve a resolution of independence that had been proposed in June by Richard Henry Lee of Virginia."

"After voting for independence, Congress turned its attention to the Declaration of Independence, a statement explaining this decision, which had been prepared by a Committee of Five, with Thomas Jefferson as its principal author. Congress debated and revised the Declaration, finally approving it on July 4.”


So, The Declaration of Independence was signed, the Revolutionary war ensued and many lives and fortunes were lost, but ultimately the signers and patriots prevailed and the United States of America was established.

Have you ever read it?

Today, as we celebrate the 4th of July, it would be good if we all took a few minutes and read what it was that they signed.  It explains why the United States of America ‘came to be.'

HERE'S THE LINK TO The Declaration of Independence




 

Friday, July 3, 2020

Major Breakthrough: Graphine Batteries finally hit the market

Awhile back we did a DIT about the properties and potential of Graphine.

At that time there was still no commercial use -- just a lot of potential.

But now, at last, apparently there is fulfillment of the potential of graphine.

How?  you ask.

Well, it seems that a Graphine battery has actually been made and is now available.

Today's DIT explains what has been made and provides interesting insights as to future potential of this new substance.

HERE'S THE LINK TO Major Breakthrough: Graphine Batteries finally hit the market



 

Thursday, July 2, 2020

Walrus with most beautiful voice

Yes, believe it or not there seems to be a trained walrus.

I wouldn't have believed it either -- but apparently this walrus responds to commands with specific sounds.

And when that part of this brief video is over

there are a few more unusual things.

So check this out

HERE'S THE LINK TO Walrus with most beautiful voice




 

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Classic 1 Liners of Ravi Zacharias


The late Ravi Zacharias was a well known apologist
who travelled worldwide answering questions
and teaching about the Christian Faith.

Today's click through has some profound excerpts from his many talks.

I think you will find these answers especially interesting.

HERE'S THE LINK TO Classic 1 Liners of Rai Zacharias





 

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Bear saves bird from drowning

Today's click through is interesting. 

Yes a bear really does save a bird from drowning --

It wasn't the bird pictured here but the bear really did save a bird --

but after that interesting thing,

there are several more things of interest.

So sit down and enjoy this short video with several interesting things.

HERE'S THE LINK TO Bear saves bird from drowning




Monday, June 29, 2020

Our Father

Today's video was found by and sent to us by a friend of DIT

Her comment was -- and it is so true --

"This is guaranteed to bless your day"

So with that by way of introduction

HERE'S THE LINK to Our Father






Sunday, June 28, 2020

Sunday Hymn: In the Garden


Today's Hymn truly is a favorite of many.

Today we will listen to a piano version of it.

The Lyrics are provided.

Sing or hum along.

HERE'S THE LINK TO In The Garden




 

Saturday, June 27, 2020

Declaring the Unknown God

Today's click through is about the God that people don't know.

The situation was explained about 2000 years ago when Paul told the people in Athens about this God.

And this situation is also true today in that many many people still have no idea that there is one and only real God.

They in Athens and people today are worshipping many things but they do not know the unknown (to them) God.

Today's click through explains.

HERE'S THE LINK TO Declaring the unknown God





 

Friday, June 26, 2020

Thursday, June 25, 2020

Al Mohler: The problem with old earth Theology

As you know there are 2 main views concerning the age of the earth.

The Old Earth view is that the earth is millions or billions of years old

The Young Earth view is that the earth is about 6000 years old.

Today's click through will discuss this connundrum.

HERE'S THE LINK TO Al Mohler: The problem with old earth Theology





 

Wednesday, June 24, 2020