On February 14, 1990, the Voyager 1 spacecraft photographed Earth from 3.7 billion miles away. The result was one of the most iconic images in history. Astronomer Carl Sagan called it the “pale blue dot”—a reflection of Earth’s insignificance in the cosmos. But, is our planet really hopelessly lost in a cold, dark universe? Or, do the Psalms of David more accurately reflect the inherent value of Earth and the human beings who call it home?