1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. 2 The earth was without form, and void; and darkness was on the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters (Genesis 1:1, 2).
Chaos is actually the foundation of the earth. Within this “ball” we call home, are found all the resources that we know we need, or can use, and still others we have not yet discovered, but they are all here in a raw state. The Creator, our “Manufacturer,” brought some of these resources into Order so that man could live here. See Genesis 1:3–31. Then man was put here to bring Order out of the rest. In other words, man does not create anything new; he simply organizes God’s creation into something usable. If man organizes something that is outside the plan of creation, it will be destroyed.
Our bodies are magnificent, even though The Book says they are made of dust, but they are noble just the same. Our bodies are amazing works of art that science still cannot fully comprehend. For instance, scientists cannot answer the question, “How is a baby formed from one stem cell in nine months in a mother’s womb?” Scientists label that creation “The Force of Life,” whatever that means. Why do human beings reach a certain pinnacle somewhere in their 50s and then start a steady decline? Same answer, “Force of Life.” Why should we get weak and die when our cells are replaced every seven years, or thereabouts? Same answer, because they don’t know.
To be continued. . . .
Writing has been in my blood, so to speak, but when I surrendered my life to Jesus Christ and He told me to write, all my trepidations rolled away and I began in earnest! After all, if God Almighty says it was His idea that I be a writer, who am I to stand in His way? My hope is that you not only like what I write, but that your life is moved by it, and that your party to Jesus and with Jesus turns your life into days of Heaven on Earth.