An Unlikely Rebuttal of Evolution

A video provides an unlikely rebuttal to evolution.

What does it have to do with evolution? Paradoxically, nothing and everything.

Innocence lost, sin, tears, fears, and loneliness.

These are all of our stories from the atheistic evolutionist to those of us who run to Him.

It’s what we do with life’s fears of not being or feeling loved, and of being afraid of death [Hebrews 2:15].

Lord, you proved your love for us by Your cross. Will we Run to You in response to Your open arms?

 

No human love song perfectly describes God and His love for us.

But, if we do see His magnificent love in His glory, will we run away?

Jesus said, “O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you who kill the prophets, and stone them who are sent to you, how often I would have gathered your children together, even as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, and you would have none of Me.” (Matthew 23:37)

To those who say, “There is no God!” [Psalm 14:1], does anyone ultimately matter, including yourself?

No, not even the adherents matter to this empty philosophy.

But somehow we all know that’s wrong….

Self-proclaimed human accidents with no perceived purpose or value face profligate lives and suicides of conscience. Meaningless deaths and total loss are that result.

But that’s an unnecessary ending whimper.

Christ has a higher purpose through Himself, for you to love well, to enjoy His great gift of life, and to look forward to the ULTIMATE HOMECOMING that He is preparing for you who love Him!

Lord, when I realized You would forgive me and give me a new life, I thought I needed these things, and I ran to You.

Much later, I realized I need You and want You. You answered and came to Me and pulled me close.

You answered the need of my heart with Yourself.

 

So, “Today if you hear His voice,” run to Him.

He loves you, wipes away your tears, kisses away your fears, and keeps you safe from harm.

 

[More traditional blogs will follow regarding relationship with Him and evolution.]

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