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Psalm 19:1 says, “The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork.”

Have you ever gazed up into the night sky and wished you had a better appreciation of it?

Can you identify and name all the constellations?

Do you understand the phases of the moon and solar eclipses?

Now there’s a great new introductory resource for parents and children and the just plain curious who never got this background in school.

It’s called “The Stargazer’s Guide to the Night Sky” by Dr. Jason Lisle.

Long ago, our ancestors spent much more time looking at the night sky and appreciating it. It can be a deeply spiritual experience. But, today, with man producing so much artificial light on the Earth, we tend not to pay nearly as much attention.

This book can be your first step into the vast universe with a simple, one-of-kind guide to the night sky!

Find out when and where to look with just the naked eye. You’ll be amazed at how much of the galaxy you can see. Locate Orion, the well-known constellation, and within it you can easily see the red supergiant star Betelgeuse over 3,000 trillion miles away. Or marvel at our galaxy, the Milky Way, shining brightly overhead in late summer as you see the light spots containing entire star clusters!

It includes 150 beautiful photos, full-color star-charts, easy to use illustrations, and video link for expert advice! “How do phases of the moon work? When will the next solar eclipse take place? What is that bright star setting in the west? How do I find Saturn?” All of these questions are easily answered with this helpful guide. The heavens truly declare God’s glory … now understand why!

Get “The Stargazer’s Guide to the Night Sky Now” from the WND Superstore at tremendous savings.

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