The math of God

I am so glad God is absolute, that He can be relied upon, that His precisions are firm, steadfast, sure, resolute, and predictable. After all, He created the exact SCIENCE of arithmetic doncha know.

Time which is measured by seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years, decades, would all disappear quicker than you can say ‘in the blink of an eye,’ if it were not for the structural stability of the foundation of numbers, CREATED BY GOD.

That’s right. 7 days of the week courtesy of the Creator. The age of Methuselah, the ending of the days of Moses, the ripe age of your Aunt Josephine, guaranteed that arithmetic will always be alive and well and have no need to ‘evolve.’ Nope, God is not a game show host promoting guesses, prizes, and comedy.

969, 120, and 76 years respectively are all concrete proofs that God’s metrics are always spot on. Which reminds me. A fella asked to borrow a ladder from a friend after first being assured that it was in fact 28feet, able to reach a peak for a particular job. The homeowner was CERTAIN it was 28′ and told his friend to ‘come pick it up.’

Being cautiously optimistic, the would-be-borrower asked for confirmation of the size since it would be useless otherwise. After a day and a measurement the ladder owner said ‘Sorry, it is only 20.’ This is exactly how God is not, that His math is as precise today as it was in the beginning, and this also reveals how ‘sure’ men are in their ignorance.

Atheism and evolution are this ‘sure,’ and they are equally egregious in their ignorance. Atheism and evo have no answer for the unchangeable properties of math. 7 days of the week cannot be improved upon. It is the Creator’s design. He does not fool us. He does not expect us to accept 9 inches to the foot. He does not offer a 6 ft stepladder when only a 10 will do.

When we read of the 120 years of Noah, we can bank on the math. When we read of the 7 days of Joshua, we can bank on the math. When we read of the 10 steps of the sun dial, we can bank on the math as well as the movement of the sun. God is sober minded, and Einstein knew but a single grain of sand compared to the knowledge of God whose ways are past finding out.

But man errors when we compare ourselves to each other. Of course Mr. Albert appeared genius. Compared to whom? Compared to what? But to the Reservoir of knowledge, are we not but all idiots?

A child cannot count to three without invoking the eternal truth of the Creator. This is fact. And of course we cannot tolerate such rigid teaching because ‘we have evolved.’ Please, cut me a break with such stupidity.

And oh, there is this. The math of Lazarus, being dead four days….. And Jonah, being three days and nights in the belly of the whale. And the Lord, being three days and three nights in the heart of the earth. Not 6. Not 2. But 3. According to the scriptures. Love the math. Love the truth of numbers which do not, which cannot lie.

Arithmetic! The science of God. Take that ye atheist and infidel.

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Blending the colorful issues of life with the unapologetic truth of scripture, while adding some gracious ferocity.
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2 Responses to The math of God

  1. sklyjd says:

    The man in the belly of a whale for 3 days and nights is impossible, he would have drowned, the man who was dead for four days and then his stinking body was magically returned to life is even more impossible.

    Numbers do add up CS but ancient myths designed to impress the naive do not.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Not impossible Steve, but unbelievable to some, but not all.

      I have it on the trusting word of good men- you know, the kind of men who are honest as bread, that this event not only occurred, but was recorded and referred to by another very good man, as a matter of fact, by He who is called The Word of God.

      You may want to consider whose words you are relying on.

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