Monday, June 12, 2006

The Wonder of Life

I love the way life brings us gentle reminders. Last Tuesday morning, I held my grandson only minutes after he was born. I began to think about how he had gone from an environment of amniotic fluid to taking his 1st breath. I thought about how God had been shaping and forming him for 9 months. Heart beating. Fingers wiggling. Brain functioning. Eyes taking in all the sights.

And then it hit me: The majority of Americans actually believe this happened by evolution! And they ridicule us for our "faith."

"I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well." Psalm 139: 14

4 comments:

Kyle R. said...

I'm with you!

I don't see how anybody can study embryology and not see a Master Creator.

Don't ever let an atheistic scientist ridicule you for your faith in Elohim (I just had to throw the Elohim in). They (non-believing scienists) have a belief system whether or not they recognize it or not.
Evolutionist have a faith just like I do. The difference is my faith saves me and transforms me. Their faith is in a fossil record or some "scientific observation." And rocks never saved or transformed anybody.

Liz Moore said...

I don't know how anyone could look at anything that is alive and think it came from anywhere but God. Especially precious little babies. We serve an awesome God who is the ultimate creator. Congratulations on little Jed!

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randy said...

When I was college I once overhead a friend of mine who was studying astronomy how a prospective scientist could believe in God. I doubt I'll ever forget his response "How could you look at the stars and not see God?".

As an engineer I draw conclusions from incomplete data. Evolution? Chance? Not likely. Jesus the Messiah - overwhelming evidence.