Let it bee

Since they were first created, the honey bee has been delighting we the people with that wonderful treat known as honey.

The comb, an engineering marvel second to none, (there is that spider ‘s web though) has long stumped godless evolutionists as the only insect that provides food for man.

Why should the bee get all the glory, or why should the bee alone be tasked with such a solitary work load?

C’mon insect pals, evolve already will ya! Or perhaps they can’t, and never will.

I can see heaven’s wink in this, that masterful addition to creation that says: pay attention and behold what ingenuity has been withheld from the wasp, the polar bear, or the common fruit fly.  Behold my bee!

The bee, that humble little creature which performs its artistry and is under appreciated. And who pray tell ignores such a majestic life? Ha! The godless of course who are blind to the quintessential taste of that sweet nectar as to its origin.

But don’t you just love how the bee flits and zips, hovers, up down, zigs, zags, backward, forward, stops on a dime, with a mission that’s just so darn cool to the nines. Jed Clampett may have had his black gold, Texas tea,  but this honey thing is pure gold.  It’s just not fair I tell ya that the house fly has this skill of honey making withheld from his resume.

Will they who deny a Maker complain about this insect, that he alone is given this special skill? Will they argue that we need to wait a couple million more years before the bees hand off this job to the beatles? Or, perhaps and better yet, maybe a few will admit, ‘now there is an awesome God, who reigns above all things.’

Just maybe they will enjoy words of wisdom, and finally let bee the emptiness of godlessness, and thank God for His very genius. But that’s only a start, because the God of creation is also the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Scripture. Nature. Heaven. Earth. Arithmetic. The alphabet. Geography. Biology. Man’s history, man’s life, man’s destiny, death, disease, war, love, pride, greed, contentment, all that is. All of one. Can you hear the quiet tune of the humming bee as he preaches the gospel of the goodness of God without aborting his mission, or will you say the wonderful taste of honey is but a serendipitous accident or fluke of nature?

If you do, may you be stung till you regain your senses.  😉

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27 Responses to Let it bee

  1. LOL! Oh, too funny Colorstorm, in that I was just reading about plum pudding before coming over here to visit you! Plum pudding is actually Darwin’s explanation for bees and the honeycomb.

    From E Cresy to C Darwin, 1864, “We had a plumb pudding for dinner & from the cook having exactly hit the right tenacity & thinness of crust it came up a complete sphere mapped out with hexagonal articulations, not here & there a pasty hexagon but the whole covered with exact regular hexagons— ”

    Because as everyone knows, pies simply bake themselves, and those beautiful little hexagons just magically appear,and there is no design to it at all, nor a Designer. And no thanks to the labors of the Cook in the kitchen at all, because mysteriously it just, “came up a complete sphere mapped out with hexagonal articulations.”

    Makes me laugh every time I read it. 🙂

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    • ColorStorm says:

      I swear these people who refuse to connect the dots of their own ignorance…… but yes emphasis on your capital C for Cook.

      For the longest time I have said that Darwin has traded on his ‘species, ‘ yet ignoring the Fact he was stealing from the ‘kinds’ of Genesis.

      But bees still be 🐝, take that you honeysappers! Lol

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  2. sklyjd says:

    Studies of the similarity of the DNA in wasps and bees suggest that the first bees appeared about 130 million years ago, 50 million years before the first known fossil bee, and probably very shortly after the first flowers evolved in the Cretaceous. (Googled except from scientificamerican.com)

    The Earth was not created until 10,000 years ago, so how could this bee?

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Please forgive me, but this deserves five sighs and a dozen blahs.

      And u want people to take you seriously. Don’t even talk to me about your guesswork of millions of years.

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      • sklyjd says:

        So much easier to simply close ones eyes and block ones ears to what you do not like to see or hear. Pity you use your bias before unblocking them.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Steve-

          Do you actually think about a post before repeating?

          Bees. One insect. The ONLY insect that provides food for man.

          Your godless evolution comes up woefully short, just as I proved.

          You may want to spend more time in the Bible. Smart people know better.

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    • Citizen Tom says:

      130 million years ago? Well, God was there. You? Me? ColorStorm? Whizzes doing DNA studies? Don’t think so.

      What is the problem with such a DNA study? How does anyone validate the technique? It may seem to make sense, but that is all the proof you got.

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      • sklyjd says:

        You are saying God was there, however you question the validation of DNA and ask is DNA all the proof we have, what a contradiction in terms, can you present proof that God was there or that he even exists and how do you validate that?

        I do not need to validate or prove DNA, it speaks for itself through criminal justice, medical advancements and many other aspects. What is the most exciting thing about it is as scientists progress in knowledge the potential for more amazing things such as eliminating certain diseases and incurable human conditions.

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        • Citizen Tom says:

          @sklyjd

          DNA speak for itself? Doesn’t say anything about the existence of God? Romans 1:18-32 deals with that subject.

          You need further proof God exists? You can check out this post.

          You think DNA somehow shows us proof of evolution and suggests a timeline. So you make an assertion, and others are suppose to offer a refutation. It is not enough to say that extrapolating a curve 10’s of millions of years back into the past does not constitute proof.

          Would mind explaining how DNA provides the proof you say it provides? I doubt you understand the basis for your assertion.

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        • sklyjd says:

          (CitizenTom: in the spirit of ‘giving,’ here is some old eggnog. (lol) Maybe steve will realize that some gifts open better with time and patience, and this virtue comes not from Darwin, but from the Creator)

          DNA is not just important for evolutionary studies, it is part of what is indisputable evidence of biological evolution. Charles Darwin in 1871 predicted that Africa was where human animals branched off from another animal species. Chimpanzees and humans came from a common ancestor between 6 and 8 million years ago. We know this through the study of DNA including the migrations around the prehistoric world of Homo Sapiens.

          our species and chimpanzees diverged from a common ancestor of the same species that lived between 8 and 6 million years ago, and we can tell how closely or distantly we are related between the species. Fossil discoveries have confirmed human evolutionary history and it is had also confirmed this started in the African continent over the first 4 million years.

          Sorry Tom but this was way before any gods existed. You do not have to believe it, but nobody is covering anything up or wanting to destroy religions, science cannot compromise.

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        • Citizen Tom says:

          @sklyjd

          Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

          Next time you evolve something to confirm your interpretation of the data, please let me know. I am waiting on pins and needles. Lot of needling.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          I’m sorry CTom i noticed there was a message in spam from Steve skyld-

          I am going to leave it there- more rinse and repeat- this time proving that the true creator delegated all His wisdom to Chuck Darwin!

          I can only tolerate so much junk mail

          on my page- but that is the Game plan- to avoid/to create side shows/ anything to extend a useless narrative-

          …with more mention of 50 million years ago, and STILL avoiding the gist of this post: the bee- the sole honey maker.

          Seems you are correct- sone people read but do not see.

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        • sklyjd says:

          Little atheist scare you, not much of a lion are you?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Yeah, shaking in my boots steve. lol

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        • Wally Fry says:

          That must be the insult du jour today. I got the same one at my place lol

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      • ColorStorm says:

        Btw CT, in the interest of fairness to you and steve, I can forward his comment to your place if you wish, if you want to continue that?

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  3. sklyjd says:

    I would also wish you all a merry evolutionary Christmas but I am banned 😦

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    • ColorStorm says:

      You may want to consult a dictionary Steve for the meanings of ban and moderate, just sayin.

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      • sklyjd says:

        “Ban” officially or legally prohibit (something).
        Well CS, I guess you did ban a comment through moderation even if you have not banned me as an atheist blogger. I have to say it has become a bit of a trend to moderate people these days. We have radio and TV people who are far more abusive than anything I have written.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          You make me appear far too smart. I confess I do not have the patience of Job, as a lot of your stuff is like junk mail which has its place in the fireplace.

          The real miracle is not what is not posted, but what is. So here we are wasting time and space because of my mention of ‘bees,’ in which I proved evolution has no place nor answer.

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        • Wally Fry says:

          Steve has the manners of Stills the Hun. His standard Christmas greeting on more than one Christian blog has been: Merry Christmas….but.

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        • sklyjd says:

          OK no worries CS, you own the site that is obviously made for Christians to pat each other on the back and indulge in warm conversations within your mythology club.

          I cannot understand why you have a public accessed web site, but I expect you think someone will read it, be amazed and become converted to think like you do and not challenge your delusional comments about your reality and respectable atheists. Good luck on that one CS.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          No luck needed Steve but tkx for visiting

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  4. ColorStorm says:

    Funny. If he hangs around long enough, he may get a heavy dose of grace which he can’t get elsewhere. Lol

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