“I’m so excited to find God of Wonders at YouTube! Just in case there are some of you who have not yet seen this great video (or have but would like a fresh reminder), make yourself a cool lemonade (or a hot cup of tea for those of you Down Under) and behold the precise, intricate, altogether lovely works of our powerful, awesome, magnificent Holy God, Creator and Redeemer, Jesus Christ our Lord!”
These are the words of Pearl of the former blog “Be Thus Minded.” Pearl went on to quote Psalm 19 in its entirety. Unfortunately, this documentary was removed when Pearl had her blog up. Fortunately, I found it back up on You Tube.
Pearl and I have very similar tastes. Three posts before she finished her blog she added “Who Am I,” an inspiring piece of music that was recently posted here.
I am thankful that I still have access to “Be Thus Minded” where I can find great stuff like God of Wonders.
He is a God of wonders! After viewing this video I thought how can people claim that Christians who believe in a literal creation are at odds with science (junk science). There is plenty of science in this video and it is presented by believers.
Yes, Manny. I think we creationists have more evidence by far. It’s too bad that it can’t be presented in any public institution. Our kids are being brainwashed into thinking we came from a tiny weasel like creature called morganucodon. It’s funny how scientists keep changing the size of the creature. It used to be about 1 inch or so long. Now, it is about 4 inches in length. Next week will it be a foot long. “Morgie” is supposed to be the first mammal. It is all utter nonsense.
God created our world and made it obvious to man that He did it. It’s too bad so many choose to believe otherwise.
God’s blessings my friend…
Isn’t it a great documentary? I thought you might like this. There is so much evidence for our Creator God. We walk by faith, of course, but it is refreshing to see God’s hand in nature.
Always appreciate your comments.
Yes it is refreshing, Chris. Of course we do walk by faith, but everything in nature has a “First Cause” huh? 🙂 Thank you for your warm welcomes, I do enjoy reading your blogs- seems like I never have the time to post things on mine lately. Blessings, Kassey
It is mind boggling when we try to grasp the idea of an everlasting to everlasting God. But that’s what the Bible teaches, so that’s what I believe. So much for their “First Cause.”
Always a blessing to hear from you, Kassey.
Consider that “their” perspectives of an everlasting God was not intended to counter God’s revelation in sacred scripture, but simply express, albeit in very limited ways, their own perspectives of the acknowledgement of the wonder of God and His creation, similar to our limited attempts to describe creation today. “They,” like you and I, treasured the Word of God
“Others have noted the similarities between Plato’s Laws and the Laws of Moses and registered some discomfort over their observation.”
This line comes from a blog post entitled “Plato’s and the Bible’s Laws and Ethics Compared.”
It seems that Plato (c. 427–347 BC) and Aristotle (c. 384–322 BC) both made arguments for a “first cause.” Aristotle argued against the idea, but Plato had many of the same ideas associated with Biblical laws.
I’m not certain how much they treasured the Word of God, but they certainly seemed familiar with it.
I always appreciate your comments, Kassie.
(Are we talking about the same “they?”)
Hi Chris ~
This really is a treasure to the senses, isn’t it? Being reminded of His unfathomable care, power and greatness, even in the tiny things, all in spite of the curse, somehow causes me to refrain from worry, knowing that as the days wax worse and men aggressively, more rebellious, He that is in the heavens shall laugh! And even though we are assured that this world and the heavens shall pass away, I find even greater assurance that the new heaven and the new earth will be even greater than what was expressed in the former, knowing that our God shall dwell in the presence of redeemed and glorified man. What a Savior!
Thank you for the reminder!
You’re welcome, Pearl.
And what a treat!!! So glad to hear from you.
Yes…in spite of the curse. What a great and merciful God He is!
I couldn’t have described the day we live in better than you have.
I too look forward to the New Heaven and the New Earth. We will get a chance to meet then.