the way we all sabotage
our very own peace of mind.
You know how people will be watching a cartoon movie, say, Finding Nemo, and then something crazy will happen, like, Nemo gets flushed down the toilet and the drain goes to the ocean, and people go “yeah right, like that would ever happen..”?
…fish are talking, and seagulls are plotting with sea turtles who are talking to crabs to get a fish back to his dad, and you’re worried about a minor detail of where the drain goes to?
This is how I feel about the Bible. I saw on twitter today someone talking about, “If God created the sun on the fourth day, how had four days passed?” Never mind the fact that if you were knowledgable at all, you’d be asking why was there light on the first day and the sun on the 4th. I know that this guy wasn’t asking because he genuinely wanted to know, but was being stupid. But I’m going to rant anyway.
Sometimes people focus on the minute (wow. I just realized that minute meaning small and minute meaning 60 seconds are spelled the same) details and not the big picture. If you’re going to believe God created everything out of nothing, how hard is it to believe that the sun could be created on the 4th day even though there was light on the first?
And on another rambling note, I just don’t understand why people can believe that God MADE everything, yet not believe he did it in 7 days. If you’re going to believe in something that seems as crazy as creation, why can’t you believe all of it?
And really, that’s a stupid question anyway, because time still passes even if the sun wasn’t around. 24 hours is 24 hours whether you see the sun or not.
It’s funny that people use science and nature to try and disprove God. Like the universe and everything. But for me, the universe is my proof. I just don’t see how you can look at the stars and think that it evolved and came about by chance. I see an intelligent design while you see an explosion of chance. It’s funny how differently people can view things.