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Today's Creation Moment

Apr
17
Who Is God?
2 Timothy 3:14-15
“But continue thou in the things which thou hast learned and hast been assured of, knowing of whom thou hast learned them; And that from a child thou hast known the holy...
Did you know that the Bible never tries to convince the reader that there is a God? As surprising as that sounds, it’s absolutely true. The Bible’s very first words begin by identifying God – but...
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Agree with the previous poster's remark about "religion."

Hilary, nearly all scientific magazines and university classrooms which deal with the subject of origins blithely spew an accidental, pure chance evolutionism as what has to be the explanation, because they so desperately want to avoid the alternative -- intelligent creationism -- which, as a corollary, leads to the conclusion that there is a God who has the right to tell them how to live their lives. They wish to keep humanism on its throne at all costs! "Professing to be wise, they became fools," the Scripture declares.

When you consider that there is more specified complexity in one cell of your little finger than was engineered into the space shuttle, if you cast aside your prejudice against "religion" or God, you can only conclude that there is a Creator. When you look into the vastness of the (known) universe, consider the realm of subatomic particles, some of which we don't even know about yet, in all likelihood, when your cat jumps into your lap and purrs, when you think about how migratory birds are programmed with a GPS system that is accurate to within fractions of a degree, the symbiotic relationships between species, the mimicry practiced by some animals for self-protection, and most of all, the evolutionally unnecessary beauty of the world around you -- how can you reach any other conclusion than the truth of God's existence, His majesty, power and divine nature? "The fool has said in his heart, 'there is no God.' "

No, Hilary, please open your eyes and see the truth. We don't have all the answers because our information is limited and our minds are limited and cannot perceive all the great things of God. But we have plenty of revealed truth, both in Scripture and in the world around us, to know Him through His Son Jesus Christ. Rejection of Him, sadly, leads to an eternity separated from God, which, trust me, you do NOT want to experience.

I will pray for you to find the Truth. Truth in this sense is a person, i.e., Jesus Christ.

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