1. Why would I not?

I’m supposed to believe that a “big bang” made all this happen. It doesn’t make sense to me. Really, why would it?

Thank goodness that there is a God and that I’m not in complete control of my life. I’m pretty sure I would violently and frequently ruin it. That’s what seems to happen when I try to work against the plan that has been made for me. It  doesn’t really bother me that there’s a plan for my life. It kind of (really) excites me. I mean come on! Don’t you want to be sure that everything is going to be all right. You can’t screw up so much that the God that made you can’t fix it. He known from the beginning that you were going to mess up.

When I’m asked that question(or ask myself that question)I remember all that.

This was made my a "big bang?" Yeah, right!

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. – Jeremiah 29:11

 

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Noel

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