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God In Control

Who else could cause the seasons to change? Who else divides night from day? Who created nature? What force dictates the trees, grass, and leaves to grow and not to grow? Who tells the stars to shine, the sun to shine, the moon to shine? Who gave you the brilliance and personality to shine?

Who gives mankind intellect, intuition, and insights? If mankind, culture, institutions, and phones are so smart, why is there still no remedy to cease winds, storms, and hurricanes? Why have they, being so rational and educated, yet to know all that exists on land, underwater, or in the depths of outer space?

Ever notice how infants need no instructions on how to breathe, cry, eat, sleep, nor poop? If mankind is so smart then why have we yet to find a way to go days/months/years without relying on sleep or any sort of rest. Some humans can't even go three hours without a nap.

There is no known power in human control that can stop cause and effect- action and consequence- first this, then that. The "Laws of the Universe" existed long before they were observed, recorded, and labeled as "laws." Who made those "laws?"

Let's face reality, mankind is not in control. We'd like to believe we are, but we can only do so much. Only God--the loving, merciful, and all powerful being-- has all control. This is why we should not worry. Jeremiah 29:11 confirms the fact that God has our best interests at heart. Trust in Him and keep it moving!

  • Psalm 24:1- "The earth is the Lord's and all its fullness, The world and those who dwell therein."



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