Reading Today: Hebrews 11:3 Version CEV
In 1977 the American robotic space probes named Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 were launched into space. Among some of the missions of the probes there was a twenty-two hours tour around the rings of the planet Saturn. From there he sent many photos to NASA laboratories.
In amazement, the scientists received new information. The words most often heard were “Incredible” “Amazing” “Marvelous”. One of them said: “In the strange world of Saturn’s rings, the strange things are normal, defying the imagination that this actually exists. Tracings rings are difficult to understand. We see but we don’t believe”.
If a small planet like Saturn leaves scientists intrigued, have you thought about what would happen if we had much more details about the millions of planets, stars and galaxies that populate the universe?
How did all this come about? Was it by chance? No doubt the universe speaks of God’s existence. But one must believe to see; as the Bible says: “Because of our faith, we know that the world was made at God’s command. We also know that what can be seen was made out of what cannot be seen.”
If you can believe, you know that God exists and that He created all things. And most importantly, He created your life and is interested in it!