It Was Sad

If you read my last blog you know I am in Washington DC.  One of the places we visited was the Museum of Natural History.

There were some sights in there that was just breathtaking.  It was a celebration of God's creative imagination and power.  Elephants, whales, sharks, buffalos and more.  But then we turned the corner.

It was an extensive and overwhelming presentation of man's origin.  But as you may guess, it wasn't about God, it was about evolution.  There is no way I can present a comprehensive argument about creationism vs. evolutionism.  Other people have already done that.  But I will say this. It takes the same amount of faith to believe either one.

1 Cor 3:19 For the wisdom of this world is folly with God. For it is written, “He catches the wise in their craftiness,”

My daughter turned and said to me, "How sad.  They don't get it."  

Today, at the Bible museum, I watched a short video presentation that only reminded me of what I already knew.  Most of the greatest scientists we know all started their studies from the same conclusion.  God created the universe to be discovered and understood.  

There is a power higher than your mind.  That power enlightens our mind and empowers us to become more than we can imagine.  The possibilities for your life are endless when your faith is coupled with a limitless Creator.  

PRAY:  Dear Jesus, help me to be above the foolishness of men and embrace your wisdom today.  AMEN 

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