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How Your Girl Friend Reads Your Mind

Marriage Relationships God's Omniscience

Source: “How Wife Or Girl Friend Reads Your Mind By Looking At Eyes, By: Yogesh Joshi, June, 10 2017

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Contributed By: Illustration Exchange | Date Posted: 2017-09-25

Scripture: Hebrews 4:13

Author: Mitchell Dillon


A new study published in the Journal of Molecular Psychiatry has reported:

Women are more likely to have a 'mind-reading' gene mutation that gives them the ability to read a person's thoughts and emotions by looking at their eyes ...

The scientists found that the genetic variants on chromosome 3 in women are associated with their ability to read the mind in the eyes — known as cognitive empathy ... 

"This new study demonstrates that empathy is partly genetic, but we should not lose sight of other important social factors such as early upbringing and postnatal experience," said Professor Bourgeron.


This new study just might boost the sale of men’s sunglasses!

I'm not sure whether I believe these new findings. I mean seriously, if women really could read their husbands minds, the result wouldn’t be “cognitive empathy,” it would be cognitive rage! 

It’s a good thing only God knows the actual thoughts that go through our minds. Wait, what? Maybe that isn’t such a good thing. Not if we have anything we would prefer to hide!

“Nothing in all creation is hidden from God's sight. Everything is uncovered and laid bare before the eyes of him to whom we must give account” (Hebrews 4:13). 

K-9 Sniffs Out Porn

Pornography Sin God's Omniscience

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Contributed By: Illustration Exchange | Date Posted: 2016-10-27

Scripture: Jeremiah 16:17

Author: Illustration Exchange


ABC News, WPVI-TV in Philadelphia, reports:

Police K-9 units have been used to sniff out bad guys, drugs, and all types of evidence.  But now, Utah is using a dog to locate high-tech porn.  His name is URL (pronounced "Earl").  Url can sniff out S-D cards, thumb drives, external hard drives and phones.

A useful tool for detectives involved in internet crimes.  The dog is one of nine certified electronic detection K-9s in the country.


If God can make a dog that can smell out what has been hidden on a hard drive, He can smell out what has been hidden in your heart.

There is nothing we do, say or think that is hidden from God. 

“My eyes are on all their ways; they are not hidden from me, nor is their sin concealed from my eyes” (Jeremiah 16:17).

The Observer Effect

Science Motivation God's Omniscience

Source: Weizmann Institute Of Science (1998, February 27) "Quantum Theory Demonstrated: Observation Affects Reality," ScienceDaily. Retrieved November 5, 2014 from

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Contributed By: Mitchell Dillon | Date Posted: 2014-11-10

Scripture: Matthew 6:17 ; Psalms 139:11

Author: Mitchell Dillon


Albert Einstein once mused, "I like to think that the moon is there even if I am not looking at it."  Welcome to the strange world of quantum physics, where the very act of observing actually ends up affecting the observed reality. This was confirmed in a ground breaking experiment conducted at the Weizmann Institute of Science in 1998, and reported in an issue of Nature (Vol. 391, pp. 871-874) as follows:

Researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science have now conducted a highly controlled experiment demonstrating how a beam of electrons is affected by the act of being observed. The experiment revealed that the greater the amount of "watching," the greater the observer's influence on what actually takes place ... In other words, when under observation, electrons are being "forced" to behave like particles (matter) and not like waves (energy). Thus the mere act of observation affects the experimental findings.

So, when someone is looking, electrons behave like particles. When no one is looking, they behave like a wave. As another writer put it, "Consciousness collapses the wave function into actual particles that exist in space and time."

We already knew that the universe was made of energy that only appears to us as matter. What is astounding is to learn of the role the conscious mind plays in that transformation.

This principle holds great promise in the field of computer encryption. One day we will be able to ensure the secrecy of information transfers by employing quantum physics in the way it is encoded. "This," according to Weizmann Institute Professor Heiblum, "would let the recipient know if the message has been intercepted." They would know because the mere act of observation would alter the information while it was in transit.

For an easy to understand five minute animated tutorial that explains how the famous "Double Slit" experiment worked, go to "Your Thoughts Effect Your Reality" on YouTube.


Physicists tell us that we can't observe something in our world without changing it in the process. In other words, the act of observation actually alters reality.

There is an Observer Effect in the spiritual world, as well. That was Jesus' message when He warned us against performing our good deeds in public view. Of course, it's always good to do the right thing. However, we can only be sure that our motives are pure when God is the only one Who sees our good deeds. When others (other than God, that is) observe our actions, the purity of those actions is--in a spiritual sense--altered. 

"But when you fast, comb your hair and wash your face. Then no one will notice that you are fasting, except your Father, who knows what you do in secret. And your Father, who sees everything, will reward you" (Matthew 6:17-18, NLT).

Additional Application:

The implication of the Observer Effect is quite profound. It tells us that behind the universe is a Supreme Consciousness, a force Who actually monitors all conscious behavior, and that this force reacts by altering reality for the benefit of the observer. Not only that, this Supreme Consciousness is intelligent, having the capacity to detect not only human observers, but even mechanical monitoring devices deployed by human observers. What we have been gifted with here is a glimpse into the perpetual presence and intimate care of an all-knowing Creator God.

"I could ask the darkness to hide me and the light around me to become night--but even in darkness I cannot hide from you. To you the night shines as bright as day. Darkness and light are the same to you" (Psalm 139:11-12, NLT).

The Apples In An Apple Seed

God's Omniscience God's Promises Eternal Life

Contributed By: Pat Sage | Date Posted: 2013-07-15

Author: Anonymous/Pat Sage

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Appearances Can Be Deceiving

Judging God's Omniscience Humor

Contributed By: Charles Schuyler | Date Posted: 2013-06-18

Scripture: 1 Sam 16:7

Author: Bruce Thielemann

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The Eye of the Colossal Squid

God's Omnipresence God's Omniscience Comfort

Contributed By: Illustration Exchange | Date Posted: 2013-05-06

Scripture: Psalms 33:18

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Read Me Like A Very Long Book

God's Omniscience Self-examination Awe

Contributed By: Illustration Exchange | Date Posted: 2012-09-28

Scripture: Psalms 139:1

Author: Richard Swenson

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Testimony God's Omniscience Devotion

Contributed By: Fred Gates | Date Posted: 2012-05-08

Scripture: Colossians 3:17

Author: Fred Gates

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Mr. X

God's Omniscience Transparency Confession

Contributed By: Slei Leigh | Date Posted: 2012-05-08

Scripture: Psalms 139:1 ; Hebrews 4:13

Author: Slei Leigh

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MORIS Identity Apps

God's Omniscience Judgment of Believers Salvation

Contributed By: Illustration Exchange | Date Posted: 2011-08-12

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 12:13 ; 1 Corinthians 8:3

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