Tag: Creation


Just Be Available

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17th April

When we read the first verses of the Word of God, we see that in the beginning, there was absolutely nothing. God created the world and the universe out of nothing—there was literally nothing but void and darkness. If God could create such beauty and wonder out of nothing, just imagine what He could create in the midst of what He has now. There was nothing then, but now there’s a church and there are young people who have faith and know how to worship.

There are people who know how to sing and play the songs of Zion that give honor and glory to God. Just imagine what more God can create and do with what He has now! If we would just let God be God and move and speak into our lives, we would see such great … Read More »



The Best Relationship

Posted by Chad Flowers in Relationships. 1 Comment

27th December

Imagine along with me. Somewhere in the heavenlies, long before this world existed as we know it, we find God holding a small pulsating light of life. Michael and Gabriel gather near to catch a glimpse of this curious, never before seen form.

“What is it, Master?” asks Michael.

“It is something special,” replies the Creator. “There will be many, and each will contain a portion of My being,” He explains.

“They are not the same as us?” asks Gabriel.

“No, they are not. They will exist a little lower than you. They will be confined to only one universe, dwell in the realm of time, and they will exist in different stages of time. Each will have a specific purpose for when and where I place them. However, they will be free to make their own choices with the … Read More »



POLL: Does your school teach evolution?

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24th February

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We Had to Ask: Travis Miller

Posted by Ryan Johns in Interviews, We Had to Ask. No Comments

19th June

Our attitude when presenting truth must be right. I don’t believe we accomplish anything by acting arrogant, or being angry, or, God forbid, being mean. The academic environment dictates an academic response. With a smile on our faces, we can present the truths of Scripture in a loving, matter-of-fact manner.





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