Only creation by divine intelligence accounts for everything continuing to re-produce after its own kind. But where a profound awareness of GOD as Creator and Provider marked earlier generations, boastful humanism fills ours.
Pride is as natural to us as winds to Antarctica. While we have the skill to invent, we mistakenly claim skill to create. While we find ourselves with flaming ambition to be more than we are, we find ourselves short of fuel to fire the ambition.
Long story short, all created beings are in God’s debt, whether or not we recognize and admit it. The most interesting inconsistency between humans and creation is their respective responses to God. When Jesus commanded Galilee’s towering waters to be still, they stopped suddenly and completely into a flat calm that astonished the disciples. But when God calls rational human beings to be still in faith, we instead worry. When he calls us to obedience, we refuse or procrastinate. What we call creation’s instinct is really a sensitivity to God’s will that humans lack by welcoming pride and tolerating sin.
Humanists arrogantly claim, “We can do it”. Christian humbly admit, “We can’t do it, but God can through us!” -End Part II-
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