Friday, January 22, 2016

A universe without a Creator doesn't make sense

It is sometimes funny how the little particles of dust human beings are prompt to boast with arrogance when they come to speak about the Creator of the universe.

The intent of this article is not to enter into the worthless debate of "God's existence". God does not exist in the sense of a limited being. God IS. He is the essence of all life. 
Trying to prove or to disprove the source of ALL is just pointless and a waste of time. 
So rather than advocating the Creator's existence, I'd like you all to reflect on the complexity of our universe.





Science does not elude a Creator








I voluntarily included quotes from men of science. So many people refer to Stephen Hawking in order to disprove the presence of a Creator within our universe. The usual argument I do hear from them is "Hawking is a genius, so he cannot be wrong". Really? How foolish is this statement?

Human intelligence, no matter how big, will always be limited. Science is in constant evolution. There will always be phenomena that will escape our understanding.
Also it is not because Stephan Hawking says there is no God that he is stating the truth. Einstein, Pascal, Newton were men of science, yet they believed in God.

Opinions don't matter in front of the Truth. 
The Creator will always let Himself found by humble hearts. He is visible in the microcosm of our body, for instance, and in the macrocosm of the universe with its stars and planets.

Do you really think that nothing originated from nothing? Our universe, as we know it, is very well regulated, in precise order and cycles.
The universe, as conceived by our Creator is just perfect. The creature that disrupted our universe's balance is man, and for greedy money purposes. We were not supposed to live within a polluted and damaged environment.

The Book of Genesis: a report of the creation of the Universe




I have seen so many people who don't even have the slightest insights about the Book of Genesis slate the first verses of the Bible with much arrogance.

If you even knew how complex Bereshit 1 is, you'd keep your mouth shut. I haven't finished digging deep into its very mysteries and I truly think that a lifetime wouldn't suffice.
Bereshit, the Book of Genesis in Hebrew is filled with numeric suites and coded messages.
If you humble yourself before the Creator, He will let you enter into His very thoughts. 
The Days from 1 to 7 have to be understood as periods of time during which our Lord is putting everything into place. Atheists, not the Bible is naive, but your arrogant, childish view is.

The Book of Jeremiah clearly states (Jeremiah 33.3):

"Call to me, and I will answer you, and show you great and mighty things, which you know not."

How do you expect the Creator to manifest Himself to you if you do not even make the effort to seek Him? How do you expect to experience His kindness if you constantly boast with arrogance against Him?

Yes, humbleness is a virtue. Not matter how great your (scientifical, literary, spiritual, biblical...) knowledge is, admit that you DON'T KNOW.

The more you know, the less you know. Let Him show you and instruct you in His wisdom instead of denying Him constantly.

Ask yourself if your existence as a human really makes sense without your Creator...examine the shortness of your own life and its meaning.

Do not be wise in your own eyes, for the beginning of wisdom is the fear of Hashem.





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