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Very Mysterious Pictures of God's Handiwork (and Sense of Humor?)

Sleeping Cat

The "Eye of God" is a composite of images taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and the Kitt Peak National Observatory. Pictured is the Helix Nebula, described by astronomers as "a trillion-mile-long tunnel of glowing gases." Original Image Credit: NASA, WIYN, NOAO, ESA, Hubble Helix Nebula Team, M. Meixner (STScI), & T. A. Rector (NRAO).

A Heart from the Sky

A Teddy Bear in the Sky

An Angel in the Sky

If you wonder whether God and the Angels will condemn human beings to eternal suffering, please read No Hell in the Bible.

Crocodile Rocks

Shale Whale

Cat Napping

Cat Nabbing

Cat(ch) as Cat Can

Yarn Yawn


Cat(ching) On, Slowly ...

Cat Bird's Seat

Cat 'n' Mouse Affair

Gorilla My Dreams, Er Nightmares!

Penguins Sanguine, Duckie Sublime!

Ca(ught)t Napping Again, Doggone It!

Cat Nose Best!

Hot Dog!

Terror Terrier

If you're interested in "things mysterious," you may enjoy these other Mysterious Ways pages:

Kids on Love: What the Real Experts Have to Say
Dear God: Kids "Wax Metaphysical"
A Direct Experience with Universal Love
Two Tales of the Night Sky
Michael, Wonderful and Glorious
The Poisonous Tomato
Christian Mothers and the Cult of Hell: What Are They Doing to Their Own Children?
Of Mother Teresa, Angels and the Poorest of the Poor
Thy Will Be Done (Iron Lung)
Did Jesus Walk on the Water?
What did Jesus teach about Hell?
Was hell in the Original Bible?
Is the word "hell" in the Bible?
Is "hell" mentioned in the Old Testament?
Hell in the New Testament
How many times is "hell" mentioned in the Bible?
Hell is not Biblical!
Hell is not in the Bible!
Hell in Hebrew
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