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Msg #2335 In the Beginning God, Day 3 - Tuesday

Msg #2335 In the Beginning God, Day 3 - Tuesday

What The Bible Says - Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice

Msg #2335 In the Beginning God, Day 3 - Tuesday

What The Bible Says

Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice

When one understands that God means what he says, and says what he means, the first Tuesday of his universe dawns with no planet, no land, rock, or dirt. On this Tuesday morning, he “gathers together unto one place” the waters that were under the firmament positioned the day before. This fits the first appearance of gravity, and consequently, Tuesday is the first appearance of what we would call a planet, i.e. Planet Earth. Only now does God cause “dry land to appear” and form the seas. “And it was so ... And God saw that it was good” (Gen.1:9-10).

Recall on Sunday, the first day of the universe's existence, the Spirit of God moved upon matter, and there was water, i.e. H2O - two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen. On Monday he arranged the water strategically, and now, on Tuesday, he accounts for “dry land” i.e. dirt, rock, and the other minerals. To make dry land appear, we have discovered that God would use the hydrogen atom, described earlier as a neutron stuck to a proton orbited by an electron (modeled as a soccerball stuck to a volleyball and circled by a very angry BB). Man can now change matter into energy, but only God can change energy into matter. Hydrogen atoms are compacted together in larger and larger numbers to form more and more elements. The periodic table you threw away after High School shows how elements change characteristics as an increasing number of hydrogen atoms get crammed together. These elements now combine into molecules, dirt, with even more exotic characteristics. One could Google the Empirical Formula of clay and be impressed, and one should trust God's Word about his first Tuesday, … and be a believer. “And God saw that it was good.

An Essay for week #35 - Aug 27, 2023

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