Friday, January 23, 2015



You have seen them before.  This is a fossil of some
sea shells.  So what is the big deal?

God permitted me to get a few acres of woods here
in the Ozarks.  These woods are near the top of the
hill.  The topo map shows the property to be about
2000 ft. above sea level.  And the nearest sea is about
400 miles away.

I have found more than a dozen of these sea shell
fossils scattered around through the woods.

That simply proves that the Bible is correct.

"And the waters prevailed so mightily upon
the earth that all the high mountains under the
whole heaven were covered; the waters prevailed
above the mountains, covering them fifteen
cubits deep."
(Genesis 7:19,20 RSV)

Now you may choose to believe any one of a
number of fairy tales being invented by man 
because they do not want to acknowledge there is
a creator they will have to answer to.  (Yes, some 
theologians take facts and rearrange them to suite 
them selves also.)

After all.  It does make sense that before there
was anything, enough "nothing" got together
to blow it's self up causing everything.  Well,
at least to a pseudo scientist.

Like many other people, I have had a relationship
with the God who created this old world and 
gives you life it's self.  Over the many years He
has answered hundreds of prayers for me.  But
you want me to ignore this relationship just so
you can maintain some theory that ignores Him?  
Forget it, you are too late?

1 comment:

Sassy Granny ... said...

We lived near the Grand Canyon for a number of years. It was amazing how many ocean-type fossils were embedded in the strata high, high above the canyon floors.

Sometimes people look at me as if I have two heads when I tell them I believe the earth was created exactly as the biblical narrative tells us; & that He created it with the appearance of age. Just like he created Adam & Eve as adults, so too the earth was made adult from the beginning.

I'll bet you're loving that beautiful piece of ground. I pray your health continues to improve so that you can really enjoy the coming Spring. It is coming, isn't it?