[b]What Hath God Wrought[/b]
The inventor of the telegraph, Professor Samuel F. B. Morse, was asked by a friend, "Professor Morse, when you were making your experiments in your rooms at the university, did you ever come to a standstill, not knowing what to do next?"
"Oh, yes, more than once."
"At such times what did you do next?"
"Whenever I could not see my way clearly, I prayed for more light."
"And the light generally came?"
"Yes. And may I tell you that, when flattering honors came to me from the invention which bears my name, I never felt I deserved them. I had made a valuable application of electricity, not because I was superior to other men, but solely because God, who meant it for mankind, must reveal it to someone, and was pleased to reveal it to me."
The first message sent by the inventor of the Morse code was, "What hath God wrought!"