So, did you follow the travels of the Chinese spy balloon? The Chinese government assured the Americans that they weren’t spying, that it was simply a weather balloon that had blown off course. You say tomato, and I say tomato.

I’m not sure what all the fuss was about; according to those who are supposed to know about these things, spy satellites are already capable of doing the type of surveillance that the balloon was doing.
Maybe it was just the principle of the thing. But the US wasn’t taking any of that. So, after the balloon had flown across the US and there were no more pictures to take, it was shot down with a half-million-dollar rocket over the Atlantic. That’ll show them.

I wonder if after the wreckage has been recovered, it’s determined that it really was a weather balloon if there will be an apology? Oops!  
We don’t like people seeing what they shouldn’t see, whether it’s in our nuclear installations, in our backyards or in our hearts.   
But as much as we try to hide what we don’t want to be seen, we are reminded in “Proverbs 15:3 The Lord is watching everywhere, keeping his eye on both the evil and the good.”
Have a great week, and remember: To see what is really possible, you will have to attempt the impossible.

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