Everyone’s life, is a fabric square on a large tapestry. We all live, for a twisting wisp of a blue gray shadowy moment, then we die. Our story is added into the tale of humanity. Where does the tapestry hang? Is it proudly displayed in God’s great kingdom? Or perhaps, is it only stored in books, and memories. A dying phantom, chained by lost languages, burning invaders, and evolution’s relentless march.
That prompts a question. Does death scare or hurt Evolutionists? From nothing, there can only be nothing. No soul, no life beyond death, no real value, becomes all there is to look forward to in that perceived existence. If I were to believe evolution as true, I would reduce myself to the product of random chance, and the offspring of a filthy monkey. I would have no creator to ask for guidance and help. My relationships with other people would be reduced to simply the shifting and sorting of dead matter. Life, would not matter. Millions, and millions of years of nothing was all there was, so what value is a few years of a false something. There remains, only nothing.
I recently heard a wise man say, “I don’t believe in God, I know in God.” I like that. As a writer I am commissioned to write what I know. I have never been to Heaven, or swam in the fiery lakes of hell, but I do believe they are real. Much like I believe there is a center of the earth, and a heart in my chest, I believe gravity and heartbeats are felt, and not seen. I therefore can only tell what I believe, and if you need a demon wing, or a pillar of heaven, then I can’t help you. All I can do, is show you that you have a value beyond your physical pattern, I can take that invisible magic that is called love, and send it floating on the invisible air, to land on your invisible soul. Love, for the sake of simply showing it exists. It rhymes with the purpose of God. It shows God. It is God.
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