Here’s a post I put up a year ago today. I like it so well, I decided to share it again, for those of you who haven’t had the pleasure of reading it. (11-28-12)
I read this post last night and like it so much I want to share it with my readers. Anthony Marks from Solomon’s Ledger wrote it a couple days ago.
You can read the full post here.
Over 1300 Earths would be required to fill the volume of Jupiter — it’s surface area is over 120 times the size of our terrain. It is the brightest star of the evening, but from this distance I can easily pinch its area between my thumb and index finger. Even with its might, Jupiter pales in comparison to the reach of God’s full creation.
Because everyone in my circle has been talking about faith, I am reminded of the blessing the Lord bestowed on Abraham. After Abraham willingly places his son Isaac on the altar, the angel of the Lord tells him:
“I swear by myself, declares the Lord, that because you…
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