Look around

 For ever since the world was created, people have seen the earth and sky. Through everything God made, they can clearly see his invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature. So they have no excuse for not knowing God. (Romans 1:20)

When you consider all the wonders in nature and the beauty all around us, it is almost impossible to deny the existence of God, but some still do. Why? There is this innate desire to 'explain away' the things we don't understand - the things that are very hard to wrap our heads around. So, we deny the existence of a higher power and say all that is around us is the result of some big bang - it just evolved that way. I have t ask - if it just 'evolved', who put it there in the first place with the capability to 'evolve'?

Like it or not, the 'invisible qualities' of God are all around us. We cannot escape the fact that heaven and earth exists and there must be a way it all came together. The more we consider the sheer miracle of all things working together, the more we must consider there is a creator of it all. There is no excuse for anyone not being exposed to the Creator of the Universe - they merely need to look around to see him. If creation was enough to reveal God to us, how is it he gave us his Word, sent his Son, and continues to speak to us through his Holy Spirit?

Perhaps we need to see (creation), hear (the Word of God and the life of Jesus on earth), and feel (the ministry of the Holy Spirit prompting us). God made us 'multi-faceted' in that we have emotions, the power of rational thinking, and even the capacity to interact with each other and the things around us. He ministers to us in all the ways we are capable of knowing him. Now, that tells me we have a Creator that didn't leave things to chance and continues to reach out for those he has created. Just saying!


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