Psalm 114:7,8 “Tremble, thou earth, at the presence of the Lord, at the presence of the God of Jacob; which turned the rock into a standing water, the flint into a fountain of waters”.
I am amazed at the number of testimonies I hear on the lack of validation in the belief of God as the creator of the world. When you look at the processes of the human body and the things our bodies are capable of doing, breaking, stitching, healing and sometime just plain drop off from abuse, there must have been foresight in putting together so intricate a process.
Take into consideration nature and all its various seasons which display twists and turn much like the emotions of men: raining heavily one moment then the sunshine comes out in its glory the next second. How grand is that? Is nature so intelligent that it creates such operations through its own machination? Did humans create the intricate blood, mental, immune, nerve centric, skin and tissue system which computes into a human body?
I beg to interject here that an entity of greater intelligence and more foresight was able to think these processes into fantasy and act upon it and create what we have here today called “the world”.
Psalmist instructs the world and only those who are wise will take heed, but as a reminder, we ought to tremble at the presence of the Lord God Almighty. Remember what He is capable of, even as the very nature He created trembles at His presence because they are aware of His capabilities.
But fear also that He who can destroy us with one breath, a spoken word, the lifting up of one finger; thinks upon us, loves us so much that He reigns in His capability to destroy us and have put into place an infallible system; wherein His Son can take the brunt off His disappointment at us when we sin.
Yes the wise will acknowledge and praise Him: the only wise God, the omnipotent, omniscient and ever prevailing God who holds back His wrath in accordance to the Word which He holds dear to His heart. Do you fear God.
Trivia: He told a king NO and it cost him his life; who is this?