Creation Verses Evolution


 O LORD, what a variety of things you have made! In wisdom You have made them all. The earth is full of Your creatures.  Here is the ocean, vast and wide, teeming with life of every kind, both large and small. 
~Psalm 104:24-25, NLT


Who has the greater faith: Christians believe that God created everything–evolutionist believe that nothing created everything.
~Ray Comfort

As we stated yesterday, Psalm 104 is a recap of creation. Verses 24-25 caught my attention. I am amazed at the variety of creatures God created, each in the likeness of its kind. We all know about elephants and tigers but that just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. We have on record 20,000 species of fish, 6,000 species of reptiles, 9,000 birds, 1,000 amphibians, and 15,000 species of mammals. And, although there are a million named species of insects, scientists estimate that there could be another million waiting to be discovered and named! Absolutely amazing! How is it that these millions of species stay within their kind. The evolutionist would argue that they do not remain in kind but by the process of mutation, they change into totally new forms. The problem here is science. Mutation, even when induced in the laboratory produces a weaker form of life. Evolutionist argue that one in a thousand are good but they cannot produce evidence of this one that they insist is there. We all know that the mule is a mutant and one of the few successful ones in existence but mules look a lot like donkey’s and horses. If you breed a jack to a mare and got a lion, I would be impressed. We can engineer a mutant in the case of the mule but where do we go from this: mules are sterile, they can’t reproduce. The truth is: mutation rarely works but even when it does it is powerless to jump to another species of a different kind. We can mutate but we cannot trans-mutate.

David said, When I look at the night sky and see the work of your fingers— the moon and the stars you set in place— what are mere mortals that you should think about them, human beings that you should care for them? When David looked up at the night sky, he saw the work of God’s hand. When I see the vast array of creatures that God has created, I see the work of God’s hand. If evolution was a fact, there would be no monkeys: they would have disappeared [according to evolutionist] millions of years ago. According to their absurd theory, the weaker mutants die and become extinct. Every time I see a monkey I am reminded of two things: God’s creative power and genesis and the utter stupidity of the evolutionist. These idiots believe that you can fill the room with monkeys, give them all a type writer and in a hundred years or so, they will produce and encyclopedia. I do not understand how anyone can be so weak minded. How many car wrecks produce better cars? Mutations are biological accidents and they never produce a better species. If we could take the brain out of the liberal and put it in a bird, the bird would fly backwards.

One other thing: God created male and female. Our reproduction is linked to our sexuality. At what point did sexuality evolve for the evolutionist? How did asexual beings reproduce? I am telling you, evolutionist are not bright.

  • Ladies, I found a scripture that gives you the green light on wearing makeup: it is Psalm 104:15 {NRSV}, “God gives wine to gladden the heart and oil to make the face shine.”
  • Prayer for me folks: I am moving toward a state of confusion. I want some assurance about the messages I am to preach in the Revival and right now, I can’t seem to settle on anything.
  • I do want to praise the LORD for Keith Jenkins and family. I am so thankful that God lead them to DBC. Gary’s COLS went well: his cousin Jerry Butler did an excellent job with the message. I was honored to do the opening. I do appreciate Billy’s confidence in me and I was glad to help. What a sweet and precious family. We were also impressed with Susan Hogan’s family last night. Tracey introduces June and I to the ones we did not know. We love Tracey, J.J., the boys, Susan and Harold. We are so thankful for them being a part of the DBC family.
  • Keith and I were talking about the state of the church yesterday: He said, “Bro. Jack, Joe David is doing a great job and I see a bright future for DBC. I believe we are headed in the right direction.” I gave him a firm amen. I have been a member since 1979 and I have never seen the church more unified than it is today. I am thrilled with our leaders and most of them are the age of my children. 

This Guy is in bad need of haircut but he can sing…

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