Today’s Scripture: For thus saith the Lord that created the heavens; God himself that formed the earth and made it; he hath established it, he created it not in vain, he formed it to be inhabited: I am the LORD; and there is none else. Isaiah 45:18

The arrival of frilly invitations with all kinds of glitter and scroll work usually means you will be on your way to a wedding in the near future. Imagine the first wedding invitation from the evolutionists view point:

You are cordially invited to the wedding of Mr. Random Blob to Ms. Chance Substance. It will be a grand event that will end with a Big Bang. You will not want to miss it! And that’s only the Beginning! The evening will evolve into one you will never forget.

We are so glad you have evolved enough to read this invitation and have chosen to entrust this happy couple with your beliefs, monetary support and future.

Sincerely,

The Evolutionist Community

I share this silly illustration to drive home a point. Crazy as it is to believe, much of this world has chosen to put their faith in a blob that emerged from a big bang somehow finding another blob and beginning the creation of everything we see around us. The “educated” confront Christians about where Cain got his wife. It was most likely a cousin. At that time, the human genome pool allowed such things to occur without problems. Today, it is no longer acceptable, but honestly, I find Cain acquiring a wife far easier to grasp than imagining two random blobs finding each other within the vast expanse of our universe. Can’t you?

What evolutionists believe has zero proof, so don’t be afraid to stand for truth. The world may mock you for your viewpoint and adherence to God’s Holy Word. But friend, don’t let that shake you. It takes far more faith and lack of intelligence to believe what they have chosen to accept as the creation. Be bold. Share how God created in the very beginning and has provided salvation through His Son. Today, I invite you to take a stand and speak up. Creation and the Gospel are nothing to be ashamed of.

Devotional by Dr. James A. Scudder