The headline first thing in the morning made me want to go back to bed, cover up my head, and let the rest of the world go by. Being claustrophobic and unwilling to cover up my head at any time—I stayed up to vent in this blog.
“Our Planet is in the Wrong Place.” Really? The Lord God Who created heaven and earth, who hung the earth on nothing, and who put everything into orbit made a mistake? I don’t think so.
Atheists and scientists endeavor to explain the creation of the world through various theories that deny “in the beginning God,” but they come up empty. A watch is made with a pattern, skill, and purposeful action. Put the parts into a box and they simply won’t assemble themselves no matter how much pressure, time, or exertion goes into waiting for them to evolve. Blow a watch up with a big bang and good luck finding the pieces.
Our collie puppy is ten months old. She’s a beautiful dog and has all the right parts—except one. Her pancreas is too small. She has Epi, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency, and because she has that she must take enzymes every time she eats for the rest of her life. Just one malfunctioning body part and our collie pup’s life hangs in the balance. If just one part of the anatomy is vital to the survival of a life, how can anyone imagine that life just happened with no intelligent design or Designer. “In the beginning God created” explains how we got here on this beautiful planet that has a perfect orbit and is the perfect distance from the sun for life to exist.
Our planet is in the wrong place? No, but some people’s heads are in the wrong place.
4 thoughts on “Misplaced Planet”
Great post Stephanie. I’m so sorry about your collie ☹️. I wish her complete healing. I think God loves touching sick animals as much as he does humans 😊. I love your photos! Thanks for sharing them. All the best xxx
Thanks! She’s much better. And I also believe God loves healing sick animals as much as He does humans.
It seems unlikely, doesn’t it, Steph? As you know, I’m not a deep believer, but I find it difficult to imagine all of these amazing and complex creations just happened by themselves. I hope you felt better after writing this and that Savannah is doing better now. Your photos are beautiful!
Thanks, Val. Writing is a great therapist, isn’t it? Especially on days when it is getting close to…..(whisper) winter.