I thought this was worth sharing, Today on LinkedIn, a Christian construction worker made an attempt to witness by quoting Psalm 68:1-5, then calling people to consider all that occupies their thoughts, urging them to higher thinking that includes God. It was so-so but he tried–which is often more than I do. First comment: I'm agnostic, but you should capitalize "Him"... Seems small, but if the faith is true, the details matter - otherwise - we don't grow as humans. The sentiment is valid. First Reply to the comment: Funny you mentioned that. Capitalizing God pronouns are not in these days. I still do it sometimes for emphases, but not always. The only modern translations that I am aware of using capitals are the New King James and New American Standard. There are probably others. Agnostic? Well, there's still hope for you. Also, there are even people who "claim" to be atheists (tongue-in-cheek of course) — poor fools. I don't mean they are intellectual dwarfs. Some of the most famous atheists are, or were, brilliant. Christopher Hitchens had amazing, almost mind-altering powers in his destruction of Christian evidentialists. However, he is dead now. So will we all be sooner than we imagine. Then what? I should stop because this is a mere comment but I will add this. I have been a Christian for 45 years, and in these later years I have been blessed with what the Puritans called "full assurance of faith." I am sure where I am going and eager for my change to come. Psalm 14:1 The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, there is none that doeth good.