“God that made the world and all things therein, seeing that he is Lord of heaven and earth, dwelleth not in temples made with hands; neither is worshipped with men’s hands, as though he needed any thing, seeing he giveth to all life, breath, and all things.”
When we look around us, it is only logical to assume that everything we see needed a beginning. Someone had to build and wind the watch. Someone had to write the works of Shakespeare. Someone had to design and construct the great pyramids.
So it is logical to see the work of God in His creation of the world all round us. Everything that has ever existed must have had some type of God as its starting point.
Some will then ask, “Who made God?” Poets and philosophers have posited that man ourselves created God in our own imaginations. An atheist will still try to assert that there is no God, in spite of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Polytheists will speculate that there are many gods, saying that the Christian God is only one of many.
The Bible gives us a clear answer that demands our acceptance: no one made this unique God. God is the eternally existing cause of everything else.
Only an infinite, eternal God could create all we see around us today. Only this God could create time itself.
What an amazing thought that this awesome creator God hears and answers our prayers! Only this God loves enough to give all life, breath, and even all things. We worship and praise this God today!