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Valentine’s Day and Love
The origin of this day is uncertain. Here are some theories: (1) Some (not all) believe that it is a “christianized” form of the Roman festival of Lupercalia. This festival occurred each year between February 13th and 15th. It is … Continue reading
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Wisdom for Worry/ Answers for Anxiety
The word “anxiety” word is from a Latin word meaning “to strangle.” The word “worry” is from an old English word meaning “to strangle.” Adam Clark indicates that the Biblical word, merimnao, can be used of “dividing or distracting the … Continue reading
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Fish and Spontaneous Generation
A land-owner digs a pond on his land. He does not stock the pond with fish. Yet, somehow, fish appear. Is this spontaneous generation? The answer is no. Fish eggs are carried on the bodies of aquatic birds and other … Continue reading
Posted in Apologetics, Evidence, life, science Tagged abiogenesis, birds, creation, fish, frogs, ponds, speading life plan, spontaneous generation 2 Comments
Seeing God in Nature
“Have you ever stood at the ocean with the white foam at your feet, felt the endless thundering motion? Then, I say, you’ve seen Jesus my Lord. / Have you ever stood at the sunset with the sky mellowing red, … Continue reading
Posted in Creation, God, God's Providence, Man, Nature, Stats, Weather, Word Study Tagged benefits of lightening, bert thompson, birds, book genesis for kids, break cedars, bridegroom from chamber, calf, caligula, carl sagan, cedars of lebanon, charles spurgeon, count stars, deer gives birth, distance to center of galaxy, distance to moon, distance to nearest star, distance to sun, divides flames of fire, donald deyoung, doug lambier, expanse, expedite percipitation, figure of speech, firmament, God reveals through nature, God's care of man, God's Providence, grass of field, hind, how many stars, lessons from nature, lillies, Matthew 6, matthew henry, metonymy, milky way, nature, nature walk, nitrogen, number of thunderstorms at any time, phenomenal language, power of lightening, power of thunderstorm, Psalm 19, Psalm 29, Psalm 8, robert stevenson, robert taylor jr., roy deaver, shakes earth, size of sun, star gazing, storm chasing, storm watching, strip forest, strong man run race, suetonius, sun bathing, sun rise, sun set, sun's orbit, the voice of the LORD, universe, vastness of space, walk in the park, wayne jackson, weather, weather book, young ox Leave a comment