The debate continues among secular scientists who seek to resolve the mystery as to why so many crab varieties exist by placing the question within the context of evolution. Their quest is futile. Crabs didn’t evolve. In fact, nothing evolved. But, “science” as it presents itself today ignores the most basic fact about their favored theory of origins: There is no theory of origins. I finished undergrad, and then did my graduate program, at a B&M university between 2009-2013. Fairly recent, I’d say. I chose to purchase physical textbooks as opposed to buying e-copies. My degrees are in the sciences. I … Continue reading Why so many Crabs?
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One “Let my people go, so that they may worship me in the wilderness.” Exodus 7:16, CSB One evening, during prayer, I thought God said that I should begin praying to Him on a small rug that I’d purchased a few years earlier. “Nonsense,” I thought. “God wouldn’t say such a thing. It must have been my own brain saying that.” Having listened to my own brain in the past, and knowing the disastrous places it often led me to, I decided to not listen. Years later, I did listen. I began using that rug in my time with … Continue reading Worshipping God: Have you begun the daily and personal worship of Almighty God?
It’s presently my favorite song: Raise a Hallelujah. I love to hear it, and to sing along to it. Doing so can lift my spirit quickly… a very present result of heartfelt worship to Almighty God. I prefer the live version, where, at the start, Jonathan Helser tells of the beloved child of a friend, stricken. Helser receives word one evening that the boy is seemingly at the losing end of the struggle for life. Then, as Jonathan tells the story, the fervent prayers of the faithful were lifted to the Lord God; prayers of praise and worship, and in … Continue reading Raise a Hallelujah! Raise a Hallelujah! Raise a Hallelujah… When?