We who preach and write, do so in a manner different from which the Scriptures have been written. We write while we make progress. We learn something new every day. We speak as we still knock for understanding...If anyone criticizes me when I have said what is right, he does me an injustice. But I would be more angry with the one who praises me and takes what I have written for Gospel truth than I would be with the one who criticizes me unfairly. -Augustine

Unexplainable God

I live in the Northeast, and during the summer of 2009, it rained 50 out of 58 days! That’s more consecutive days than Noah had! But certainly not the same amount of water. Did you know that during the Flood, both the underground water supply and the atmospheric reservoirs were released? Atmospheric reservoirs, you ask? Yes, according to the book of Genesis a canopy of water enveloped the earth, providing a kind of terrarium effect. This allowed plants and animals and man to live in a perfect environment.

Did you know that when God created the heavens and the earth, He created light before the sun? Not possible, you say. But that what makes Him God–for with God, nothing is impossible!

Life on planet earth is dependent upon God and God alone. Solomon, the wisest man who ever lived, writes in the book of Ecclesiastes: “then I saw all the work of God, that man cannot find out the work that is done under the sun. However much man may toil in seeking, he will not find it out. Even though a wise man claims to know, he cannot find it out” (Ecclesiastes 8:17).

Life on planet earth is not dependent upon the function of the sun, nor can it be explained away by theories of man. The simple truth is that there is a God.

“And without faith it is impossible to please him, for whoever would draw near to God must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who seek him” (Hebrews 11:6).

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