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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Risk (05/17/12)

TITLE: He Really Did Make It
By Llewelyn Stevenson


Take a look at creation, would you dare to stand against the certified learned of science in today’s world? Some have compromised, seeking to marry creation to the scientifically accepted origins of the world by various means; trying to explain origins outside of the Biblical exposition by stretching what is Scripturally revealed. Others, though claiming to believe, simply ignore the account, declaring it a myth and not the truth.

However, I want you to take a look at creation. Turn back to the account in Genesis One, and read. Read it side by side as you read what I am about to say.

The Big Bang Theory tells us that there was an explosion that formed matter, which cooled. As it cooled water appeared on the surface, and life began in the water.

God’s account, given to us through Moses, is entirely the opposite. Look. Read it for yourself.

In the Big Bang Theory land appears first, but God tells us the water was there first, “And the Spirit of God moved on the face of the water.”

After this it tells us that dry land appeared.

Oh, I know about the Theological Gap Theory, that there was a pre-Adamic flood. There was no gap. Hebrews eleven tells us, “By faith we know that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that which we see came from the invisible.”

Here’s another thing, science measures the timing of origins by the speed of light. Do you know how inaccurate that is? Let me show you.

Did you know that light did not originate from the sun and stars?

“And God said, Let there be light... and the evening and the morning were the first day.”

Now on the fourth day [read through and find it] God created the spectrums in the heaven to “govern that light” so that there might be times and seasons. Though the sun governs our daylight it did not originate from the sun, it was already there. It did not take millions of light years to reach the earth. Time of existence cannot be measured by the distance of the stars in terms of light years because light came first.

Is it possible for light to exist without the stellar system? Assuredly. Look at the new city [Revelation 21:23].

What of the pathological evidence? Would I deny it?

Let me reverse that question. What of the testimony of the witness - the creator - who made it all? Would you deny him?

Moses did not receive the witness of creation by legend, as even Theology would suggest to us - that it was passed from generation to generation. Moses talked with God. Read the Book of Exodus and count for yourself how many times Moses spoke directly with God, beginning at the burning bush all the way through to Israel’s denied entry into the promised land. God told Moses what he did.

I speak with God, and he told me, too.

Would I hazard being ostracised and excluded because I do not accept that with which our children are being brainwashed?

God is my Father.

You bet I would.

I wonder if you understand the implications of what I just showed you?

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Shann Hall-LochmannVanBennekom 05/25/12
This is a riveting piece and makes one think. It reminds me of a Bible study where the scientists set out to prove evolution but the more he studied the more he believed God created this. The most important thing for me is that Jesus died so that I might live, nice job.
C D Swanson 05/25/12
Great job with this piece. I enjoyed the entire story and liked the way you were working up toward the conclusion. Excellent ending. Thanks. God bless~
Mildred Sheldon05/28/12
WOW! What insight and you put it together so perfectly. We serve a God who is omnipotent in every way. Thank you for sharing and God bless.
Sandra Renee Hicks 05/28/12
Hi -

Thank you for this rich read and for your rock solid belief in our awesome Lord GOD and His creations.
Fiona Stevenson05/30/12
Yup, He really did make it, and He made it good! But just like the serpent questioned what the Lord said to man in the first instance, man continues to question everything the Lord has said or done since! Good work. God bless you.
Lois Farrow05/30/12
Well done, we really do need to state this loud and clear, as so many are confused. This confusion has implications when trying to share the Gospel.