ern philosophers lead to universal scepticism but inspired within him a deeper reverence for God’s character and a more ardent zeal in his cause.  Wherever he cast his eyes around him upon the universe his thoughts were constantly reminded of his Father in heaven- The heavens declare thy glory and the firmament showeth thine holy works.  Day unto day uttereth speech and night unto night showeth knowledge- I meditate on all thy works I muse on works of thy hands.  Solomon too it seems pushed his enquiries into every department of nature for it is said of him that he spoke of trees from the cedar tree that is in Solomons even unto this hyssop that springeth out of the well:  he spoke also of beasts and of fowl and of creeping things and of fishes.  And the books of Proverbs and Ecclesiastes testify how acute was his observance of God.  providence and grace you remember too how frequently Job appeals to