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Today's Creation Moment

Jul
28
Midnight Migrating Moths
Genesis 12:1
"Now the Lord had said unto Abraham, 'Get thee out of thy country ... unto a land that I will shew thee.'"
It was a moonless night over England. A specially designed radar picks up something that has never been seen before. The radar is picking up silver Y moths as they migrate south for the winter. What...
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The Truth in Silver

John 5:46
"For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me: for he wrote of me."

The Bible itself tells us that the first five books of the Bible were written by Moses. Jesus Himself calls Moses the author of the first five books of the Bible over a dozen times. Unfortunately, liberal biblical scholarship has rejected these claims. These scholars have tried to teach Christians that the first five books of the Bible were written over many generations and finally finished only Truth in Silverfive centuries before Christ's birth.

Now an amazing new discovery is forcing these scholars to change their teaching and has helped to scientifically confirm what Jesus said. Archaeologists have discovered two tiny silver scrolls on which are carved important passages from Moses. The scrolls, once used as amulets, were found in the ruins of early sixth or seventh century B.C. Jerusalem.

Each scroll was made of thin silver foil, no thicker than tissue paper. One of the scrolls was an inch wide and an inch and one-half long. Scientists studying the fine engraving under a microscope found what appears to be the text of a priestly blessing from the Book of Numbers. They noted that it was remarkable that the blessing is identical to modern texts, showing that the text has been accurately preserved longer than they ever imagined.

True faith doesn't require the support of science. However, we are right to expect that true science will never do less than support the Bible when they are both speaking about the same subject.

Prayer: 
It grieves me, Lord, that so few today understand that the truth of Scripture is important because all of Scripture speaks of You. Help me to remember this so that I may make right and profitable use of Your Word. Amen.
Notes: 
"A startling revelation about the Good Book." Discover, Aug. 1986. p. 10.