posted on Apr, 15 2009 @ 12:17 AM
The universe is a work of art. It is God's handiwork.
"They know the truth about God because God has made it obvious to them. For ever since the world was created, people have seen the earth and sky.
Through everything God made, they can clearly see His invisible qualities - His eternal power and divine nature. So they have no excuse for not
knowing God." - Romans 1:19,20
The reason I include scripture in this post is because it's hard not to be able to see the handiwork of God through the universe. God knows it is
difficult for His creation - Man - to believe in someone they can't physically see and that is why He provided us with the evidence that He does
exist through His creation of the universe and everything around us. The solar system is called a "system" because it is in perfect balance. It is
not a random thing. It is a "system". If you take a handful of pennies and throw them in the air then what will happen. Will they land to form a
picture or a word? More than likey, not. But rather, they will probably spread all over the floor and make a big mess. So it is with all that rock
floating in space. What are the chances of some rocks suddenly stopping in their flight paths from a big bang or explosion in space - which is the
basis of belief for the non-creation believing scientists - and forming a perfect system capable of supporting life - with the sun as it's power
source. And what are the chances of these rocks - on their own - orbiting around each other in perfect harmony so as not to bump into each other. And
what are the chances of the sun and the moon appearing exactly opposite each other to give us day and night. And isn't it interesting that both the
sun and moon provide us with light. How clever God is to provide us with light even at night by having light from the sun reflect off of the moon. And
what a good God we have to allow us to see the wonders of the universe by reflecting the light of the sun off of the stars so that they can be seen
when we look up and when we look through our telescopes.
I could go on and on but in the interest of time let me leave you with this. Are the starts numbered? How many are there? I think you may find the
answers to these questions as well as other information about many other scientific discoveries in the world we live in through the following link: