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God's greatest creation (standard:humor, 905 words)
Author: GodspenmanAdded: May 02 2010Views/Reads: 5409/807Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
I am one of those who believe God created everything. I take the book of Genesis by faith, and rest on the character of God. I simply believe the Bible and have never found it to be wrong on anything significant.

I am one of those who believe God created everything. I take the book of
Genesis by faith, and rest on the character of God. I simply believe 
the Bible and have never found it to be wrong on anything significant. 

I will allow that some things in the Bible I do not understand, but I
trust God. Something as important as the creation of the world would 
carry enormous weight and significance. The Bible simply assumes that 
God is the Creator  and so do I. 

Some people, however, do not believe in the biblical account of
creation. They hold to the theory of evolution. I have never had the 
time to explore all of the ideas on this. So many people have monkeyed 
around with speculations on the origin of things that the waters are 
muddied beyond all reasonable hope. 

As a pastor, much of my time is taken up with my pastor-duties. As a
grandfather, I try to spend time with the grandchildren. As a husband, 
I spend a lot of time eluding the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage's 
"honey-do-list." Not always successfully, I might add. 

These things leave little time for other pursuits such as the theory of
evolution. If evolution is true, I would like to know several things. 
If man evolved from monkey then why are there still so many monkeys in 
the world? 

You cannot go to any zoo, anywhere, without finding scores of these
delightful little creatures. The last time I was at the zoo, I pondered 
this query. If evolution is true, have these remnant monkeys, for some 
reason, refused to make the last leap into manhood? 

Or, before making the step did they see how men live and treat each
other and stepped back into their safe world of monkeyhood? No monkey I 
know wants to take credit for the shape this world is in. 

Another thing I want to know; according the theory of evolution, man
represents the highest intelligence in the evolutionary order. If that 
is so, how do you explain politicians? 

Perhaps the best clue to the Creatorship of God would be one magnificent
creation. If I had to boil all God's creative genius down to just one 
specimen, I would have no trouble whatsoever. 

After God created everything else, the last thing on his agenda was
mother. To say that mother is a special creative work of God is to put 
it rather lightly. 

God poured into motherhood all His wonderful capacity for wisdom, love
and ingenuity. Something happens to a young woman when she becomes a 
mother. Up until that time, she may be carefree and lighthearted, but 
when the "blessed event" occurs, a miracle takes place within the body 
and mind of that young woman. 

I have seen it happen so many times, but I cannot explain it. The first
thing that takes place in a mother is supersonic hearing. No matter how 
much noise is swirling around, a mother can always hear the voice of 
her own child. 

As a young lad in short pants, many times I thought harshly of my
mother's supersonic hearing ability. No matter how quietly I tried to 
sneak out of the house after "lights-out," my mother heard me. 

Regardless of how many kids were in the basement of our house yelling
and having a great time, all I had to do was open my mouth once and 
mother would yell down and say, "Jimmie, try to be quiet down there. 
You're making too much noise." 

What amazed me more were those few times when she yelled down before I
had a chance to open my mouth. What was that all about? 

Then there is the matter of her X-ray vision. There was one rule in our
house at suppertime. We all had to wash before coming to the table. My 
mother had some kind of hygienic fetish. The smallest speck of dirt 
would send her into frenzy. 

Often, I would come to the table and my mother would say, "I still see

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