Watching the latest TV series called The Universe (A program dealing with life and our planets), I began to think that somewhere in all those Galaxies and Stars, other civilizations must exist. I asked myself. Would God create this vast universe and only plant one civilization amongst so many stars and planets? I think not. What of these other civilization, have they experienced the same social and technological similarities, like pandemic fear of atomic war, or the use of racial slur or social labels apply to cultures.
At the beginning of time and space, my sprit leads me to believe God created the universe and using His spoken Word, He, distributed civilizations onto many planets, sustaining life as ours. The ingredients all prepared to support life. It equates to a farmer spreading seeds over a vast land, some seed falling onto the footpath, where birds ate it. Some seed fell on shallow soil with underlying rock. Where the seed began to grow, but withered due to lack of moisture. Other seed fell among thorns that shot up and choked out the tender blades. However, it was the seed falling onto fertile soil, which grew and produce a crop one hundred times as much as been planted. Civilizations blessed by God are the children of God.
We can find children of God within our own civilization. They are ones who listen to the righteousness of their hearts. These Christen, Muslim, and Jews who are eager to obey the teaching of the Word of God find Peace with God and all who live on this planet. This is our purpose, to Love and be Loved until we move onto the next life, whatever that means. The Bible states the next walk in life is in Heaven, for those who live for the Glory of God. Do you think God created all there is, in the universe and only the names listed in the book of life, from our species (humankind) gain entry into heaven? No, all species, whoís hearts have been circumcised by the Holy Ghost have access to heaven.
We are not alone in this universe. The time will come where humankind wonít use mathematical terms to justify the universe. For the persons that use mathematic to dispel or attest cosmology will find their work a lifetime of arduous accomplishment. Nevertheless, the person of faith believes that Godís plan not only created our civilization also seeded a vast array of beings in His universe. Hebrews chapter 11 illustrates people of extreme faith in their human experience why canít we apply the same principle to discern the existences of other beings.
This raises another question. Must all civilization or exceeding profound beings have a Savior manifestation? Itís possible a Savior is required for all civilization. Our total experience with the Savior manifestation is not complete. Just as other civilizations Savior, manifestation is experienced differently. Perhaps their social attitude of obedience and love towards self and God might have prevented a sacrificed Savior for sin. We should work to ensure our walk in this experience demonstrates the work of Faith and not self-aggrandizement.