ALSO many scientists would agree that the so-called book of nature leaves a reasonable mind without a doubt about the existence of a designer, a creator. Long ago the Christian apostle Paul wrote that "the invisible qualities of God are clearly visible from the creation of the world because they are perceived by things made, even by His eternal power and divinity." (Romans 1:20) But the book of nature is not a complete revelation of God and his will. For example, it does not reveal the meaning of life. Fortunately, the author was revealed to creation in another book - his inspired word, the Bible (2 Timothy 3:16).
Although it is not a scientific book, the Bible answers all the basic questions that the natural world does not answer. It answers one of the first questions most people ask themselves when studying a brilliant work of art: Who made it? Regarding creation, notice what the Bible says at Revelation 4:11: “You are worthy to receive Jehovah our God, glory, honor, and power because you created all things and came about by your will. and they were created. “Yes, the great designer is Jehovah God, and his name appears about 7,000 times in the original Bible manuscripts.
Around 3,500 BC A man named Job, clearly a keen observer of nature and a caring person, associated Jehovah's name with creation. Job said, “Please ask the pets and they will teach you. Even the winged creatures of heaven, and they will tell you. Or show your concern to the earth and it will teach you; and the fish of the sea will tell you. “What do everyone teach about creation? Job answers with a question: "Among all this, who does not know very well that the hand of Jehovah has done this?" (Job 12: 7-9).
Jehovah's Purpose for Man
The Bible also reveals Jehovah's purpose for humanity. What is the goal? It is that righteous people enjoy the gift of eternal life in heaven, right here on earth. “The righteous will inherit the earth and live there forever,” says Psalm 37:29. Likewise, Jesus said: "Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth." Matthew 5: 5, King James Version.
In addition, thanks to a special knowledge, the earth remains a peaceful paradise. Isaiah 11: 9 says, “You will not injure or ruin my whole holy mountain; for the earth will surely be filled with the knowledge of Jehovah when the water covers the sea itself. Indeed, “knowing Jehovah” is the key to life, peace, and endless happiness. Jesus confirmed this by saying: "It is eternal life that they have come to know you, the one true God, and him whom you have sent, Jesus Christ" (John 17: 3).
Through eternal life, people can finally enjoy the earth as God originally intended. And far from being boring, eternal life will be an endless adventure of discovery and joy.
An exciting challenge!
Ecclesiastes 3:11 says: “All [God] was embellished in its time. Even the indefinite amount of time he put in his heart so that humanity would never discover the work that the true God did from start to finish. "Soon, with people's natural desire to live fully satisfied at 'indefinite times' or forever, we can try to 'discover the work that God has done from start to finish.' 'Yes, all of the earth He will be our class, Jehovah will be our Master, and life will be an endless and exciting journey of discovery.
Imagine you are in heaven, perfect in body and mind. You accept challenges that you wouldn't even expect now, and you know that you can face them to the end, whether it be a hundred or a thousand years. You may even be able to use your perfect powers to copy some of Jehovah's intentions, but in ways that go well beyond humanity's current endeavors, which are often harmful and polluting. Yes, like Jehovah, love will rule you in everything you do. --Genesis 1:27. 1 John 4: 8.
Why do we know it's not just a fantastic dream? Because of the two great "books" of Jehovah. Yes, the Bible and creation provide irrefutable evidence that nothing is impossible for our great Creator and Creator. So why not get to know him better, him and his son Jesus Christ? I couldn't be part of a more interesting, valuable, and promising business