A reminder for today
Having many things to write unto you, I would not write with paper and ink: but I trust to come unto you, and speak face to face, that our joy may be full. (2 John 1:12)
If you think about it nothing could not bring the universe into existence, because nothing produces nothing. Everything that begins to exist must have a cause. If you look at the universe the are many forces in the universe that are precisely balanced and do things such as pull matter together. Without these forces galaxies, planets and stars would have never been able to form. Many stars have been observed to expand and contract simultaneously. They go from very bright to very dim, even on a yearly basis. Fortunately for us our star, the sun, has an amazing stability. It does not expand and contract simultaneously like many other stars. If the sun did expand and contract it would be catastrophic for life on earth. Some starts will even explode violently into a supernova.
According to scientific research galaxies similar to our milky way galaxy experience these stars that explode every 26 years. So, if we know how long it takes for a supernova to occur the remnants of these explosions should give us an idea how old the universe is. Looking for supernova remnants in our own milky way galaxy, astronomers have only found a total of about 250. So, if a supernova occurs only every 26 years and there are only 250 of them, our galaxy is about 6500 years old. That is almost identical to the Bible’s indication of the age of our world. So, the galaxy is not millions of years old, but rather thousands of years old.
If evolutionists were correct on their estimation of the age of the universe we would see tens of thousands of supernova remnants. In order for us to exist on earth our sun had to be the exact mass and temperature. Not to hot or too cold. Our sun generates a perfect amount of energy for life on earth. The sun releases more energy in one second than mankind has produced in all of human history. If we would experience a drop in the sun’s energy only by a few percent all the oceans on the earth will freeze. The earth is the correct distance from the sun. If the earth would be slightly closer or father away from the sun, it would be too hot or too cold for life to exist on earth. The size of the earth is also right, not too big and not too small. We also have the right size moon primarily responsible for regulating the tides on earth. These are just a few factors that must be just right both in a cosmic level and earth’s local level in order to have a planet that could support life. In many examples if you slightly alter these balances, life on earth would be impossible.
The answer is still the same. God created it all and it all belongs to God. You are made in His image and you are definitely not the nephew of a chimpanzee. Can you see how special this planet is and how special you are. God made you and He gave His Son so that you can have no more fear or worries. Trust Him, my friend as I do, for you will see His glory in me and you in the year to come. He is my God and all I need. I will trust Him and love Him with all my heart.
Lord, you are the rock on which we stand and there is not a place I will go that you have not been. All our hearts and trust is in you. In Jesus name.
Have an awesome day, dear friend of Jesus.