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"So Will I"

During times like these, people struggle with the question of the existence of God. But, for me, there is no question on this particular point. While there are any number of theological arguments that can be 'used' to make the point … it seems to me that the answer best lies where He tells us to look. In Romans 1:20*, Paul notes that God's invisible attributes are best evident in His creation. A quiet afternoon outdoors, really observing His work … a late night on your back in a field gazing at the stars and listening to the wild life symphonically teaming in the background, or reef snorkeling will convince you. The human body's ability to mend

itself. The vast number of bird species. The variety of plants. Flowers. Bees. For me it would take far greater faith to believe that all that we see, feel, and experience came from 'nothing' ... exploded into something … and spun itself, unguided, into the beautiful, wonderful, scary world that we often take for granted as we go about the business of cultivating importance and storing up 'riches'.

I thought I would share this video with you. It's one of my favorite songs. I think that the backdrop of the video largely makes the point. During our virus down time … take time to consider what I've said during those solitary moments that … up until now … only punctuated our existence.

Know that Jesus loves you … and so do I. ______________ *"For ever since the creation of the world His invisible attributes, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly seen, being understood through His workmanship [all His creation, the wonderful things that He has made], so that they [who fail to believe and trust in Him] are without excuse and without defense." (Romans 1:20 (Amplified))


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