Friday, January 21, 2011

FAITH IN GOD DOES NOT DISMISS THE MIRACLES OF GOD

God raised the dead, and the tomb stood empty. I believe in the resurrection of Jesus Christ. I believe in all of the great miracles of God just as they are depicted in the Bible. I don't feel the need to allegorize them. The message of Christ victory over the tomb isn't a metaphor for something else. It literally happened. If there is not resurrection, our faith is worthless (1 Cor. 15:17). God has shown His mighty power in many ways. The creation itself has the fingerprints of God all over it. I believe what Hebrews 11:3 says, "what is seen was not made out of things which are visible."

When God made man, man had the appearance of age though he was brand new. The trees had the appearance of age. The Bible depicts a supernatural creation, not a naturalistic one, which Darwin and modern cosmology won't accept. We all have to decide to either believe in the supernatural acts of God or to believe in the impossible explanations given by the godless, hedonists of the world.

Do you believe the Bible. Do you have the kind of faith described that is "the assurance of things hope for, the conviction of things not seen"? Two verses later, Hebrews 11:3 says that the stars and all the creation were not made out of things which are visible. Do you have faith to believe in things not seen? The earth was not made out of things which are visible, and by faith we understand this. The trees and rocks which we see we understand by faith that they were made from things invisible. Darwinists says man evolved from visible things. But Man was not made from things visible. This is a matter of faith.

Since you have a choice to put your faith in your Creator or to put your faith in men with their vain philosophies, choose God. Believe what is explained in the Bible which is apparent in the creation that God worked miracles. Have faith in Him and in His mighty works.

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