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Today's Creation Moment

Apr
25
For the Sheer Joy of Variety!
Isaiah 45:9
“Woe unto him that striveth with his Maker! Let the potsherd strive with the potsherds of the earth. Shall the clay say to him that fashioneth it, What makest thou? or...
Did you ever try to plan all the details of a simple project? How many plans do you think the Lord had to make when He created living things? A billion? A billion times a billion? We all know that it...
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Has there not been evidence at the heights of Mt. Everest of marine fossil remains? When Genesis speaks of the "fountains of the deep opening up" along with the changes in the firmament (sky), this merely scratches the surfiace as to understanding fully how this action orchestrated by this unfanthomable God of the Bible partook in this action upon the people He had created with freewill, who had turned away from Him. Then, as now, He wants only to be made known to these people He made, as Adam was fashioned, to love, (revere, obey) Him.

Since no document has as many proofs of its "history", if you will, (the Illiad is the next closest) I would have to have greater faith to believe in the theory of evolution, with all its unanswered questions of any evidence of one species changing into another. The proven idea of one part of an organism on the molecular level being dependent upon the other molecular part, is evidence enough that the organism these parts make up could not evolve outside of their own species.

Whether a person chooses to put their faith in evolution (the generally held theory that goes with secularism), or God, (the one of the Bible) it is still faith against faith. Faith put in evolution allows ones pride to stay uninterrupted as this world of postmodernism we live in continues. In our postmodern era, the view people become entrapped in is one of rationalization—if I mess up, I can find ways to fix, cover up, dilute, or sweep my problem out of other people's sight. Evidence has shown how much more unhappiness results by dealing with life on ones own.

Since God IS unfanthomable by our standards, He was merciful, not wanting to lose us to our own perversions, but in this dispensation of time God sent to us His Son who died so that when we choose to believe in Jesus, and why He came to take our sins upon Him, we would be made free from this subculture that puts so much pressure upon us in so many ways. God's love continues for the vilest of humans...and many will choose to ignore, some will come late to this realization, some early, some not at all: but this I know— were it not for God giving us free will, He would not know of the kind of love that could be received from us (His creation made in the likeness of Adam, the first to have a fallen nature).

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