Food for Friday

Through faith, we understand that the worlds were framed by the Word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear. Hebrews 11:2

Did you know that evolution and the big bang are both scientific impossibilities? There is absolutely no way they could have happened. Men and women who are much wiser than me have reached that conclusion by confirming the impossibility of the spontaneous generation of the massive amounts of combustible gas required for the big bang, by studying the impossibility of genetics to produce new characteristics, and many other impossibilities that simply eliminate evolution as the source of our universe and of life on our planet. Evolution is taught as fact in public schools, despite its impossibility, because so-called scientists simply have nothing else to offer. That’s because they don’t understand that the worlds were framed by the Word of God.

A number of years ago, an organization that devotes itself to the scientific study of creation held a weekend conference at the school where my son attended. Shortly afterwards, I asked a teenager who attended whether he learned anything from the conference. His response was ‘Yes, I learned that there is no way that evolution could possibly be true’. Good for him! Unfortunately, too many of our young people are absorbing the false teaching of evolution and are questioning the truth of the Word of God, simply because it is being thrust at them by an education system and a scientific community that simply does not understand the truth.

The evolutionists tell us that we cannot prove creation, and they may be partly right in that… none of us were there when it happened and so we cannot verify by eyewitness evidence. Just like the evolutionists, we are acting in faith. But the evolutionists are placing their faith in the impossible; we are placing our faith in a Creator. Evolutionists are placing their faith in impossibly long eons of time for changes to occur; we are placing our faith in the Word of God that framed the worlds.

Why is it important to us today to accept what the Bible says about creation? Because the same God Who framed the world by the Word of His power is the same God who has framed our day, and in Whom we can trust for our present and future, as well as our past. – Jim MacIntosh

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