How Could It Be?

pale blue dot

The image at right is of Earth taken in 1997 by the Voyager spacecraft from 3.7 trillion (with a “t”) miles away. It’s called the pale blue dot. You may have to strain to see it here.

Here’s a thought: Everyone who has ever been born, or will ever be born, will live out their life and die on this pale blue dot.

How could it be that omnipotent God, who created a boundless, indescribably universe could create such a complex and intricate, singularly unique organism like the human body?

How could it be that God would create billions upon billions of diverse people of different cultures, races, beliefs and personalities?

How could it be that God would look down on all He made and offer everyone He made the opportunity to become His child?

How could it be that God would love and accept all His children?

How could it be that God’s Son would willingly take all the sins of all the world and die for them?

How could it be that God would forgive us of all those sins?

How could it possibly be that this awesome God would invite us to join Him in His Kingdom when this life is over to live forever with Him in a Paradise we can never imagine?

For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosover believe in Him should not perish but have everlasting life? John 3:16

 

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8 thoughts on “How Could It Be?

  1. Pingback: My Article Read (2-11-2015) | My Daily Musing

    • Thank you so much, Mary. I hope we can continue our postings together. I’ve read some great stuff on your blog. Thank you for sharing some of my posts. My goal is to get a message of encouragement and hope to as many readers as possible. Thank you again.

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