Hello sunshine!

‘Though He be not far from us.’ Sound familiar? Indeed, that BE God Himself, in the worlds He created.  Science would have you believe that yes, if there be a God, he be far from us, borrowing such antiquated language that made Carl Sagan a household name, using bihyuns and bihyuns of years ago, and trihyuns and trihyuns of miles, to support the unstable position of godlessness, as if an uncaring God is clueless and distant as to His creation and aloof as to the goings on with people.

News flash: While your laptop needs charging, while your car turns to rust, while your batteries go dead,  while you lose energy minute by minute through age, while your roof needs replaced, while you tire through labor, God loses no energy nor sleeps.

He is not subject to the second law that we are.

See that sun yonder and that luminous moon overhead? They have lost nothing over time. False science would have you believe they are mere products of thermo serendipity, a happy accident as it were, and subject to failure.

A thousand times NO. The sun and moon as made perfectly by God for His purpose, they give us a window into His care, as God does not make things that are defective. As to the false narrative that even scientists cannot agree upon, the ‘farness’ of their 93, 94, 97, or 3 million mile (what’s a few million between friends) distant sun is also comical. God be not ‘far’ from us, and this I take also that the ‘wisdom of the world’ insofar as pseudo-science and fuzzy math, is questionable as well.  God always has the drop on pretended knowledge.

God is up close and personal, and thwarts petty knowledge of His ways with lights made exclusively above FOR this earth. His sun does not ‘run out of energy.’ His moon shines consistent light. Temporary yes, but still perfect. They lack nothing in lumens.

Here and below yes, we get a glimpse that without wood, the fire goeth out. Try keeping your wood stove burning with just your imagination. No can do. Need another log on that fire. So who stokes the fire of God’s sun? Who dials up the temperature so God’s heat showers us with His love and affection? Who decided that the sun of Joshua would be around to calm your sons and daughters too? Who keeps His fire from being mere ashes?

God is good like that, and we have His word. If we would just think of all the connected ramifications, and the sheer impossibility of life apart from God……..but noooooo, we do not engage the God-given brain to see such jewels of design and complete harmony.

About ColorStorm

Blending the colorful issues of life with the unapologetic truth of scripture, while adding some gracious ferocity.
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11 Responses to Hello sunshine!

  1. Wonderfully written. We have an amazing God.

    Be blessed.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Wally Fry says:

    Thermo serendipity

    That’s classic

    Liked by 3 people

  3. Tricia says:

    The one and only permanent renewable energy source. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Your logic cannot be absorbed by many human minds. Possibly because their minds have been contaminated by human logic..

    Regards and goodwill blogging.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. Well done, Colorstorm. 🙂


  6. Citizen Tom says:

    Thermo serendipity? That is a funny expression. He did make the sun and moon perfectly for His purpose.

    So are our calculations of how long the sun will last wrong. Does not seem to matter. It will last long enough. As it says Revelation 21, He will make all things new.


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