Romans 1:20 says, “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.” There is never a time that I am not floored by the evidence of God’s creation in nature, whether it be when I am looking at Grand Prismatic Springs in Yellowstone, or a tiny protein with a very specific job in the body, essential for survival. When one looks at the specificity of everything in nature, it is very hard(impossible for me) to believe that creation happened randomly. If you can’t tell, I am a total science nerd. I am unashamedly and completely fascinated by microscopic organelles in cells, the stars in the sky, and the entire universe.
That being said, I watched this video at a Campus Crusades for Christ meeting on Thursday and had to share and write about it. I loved it for so many reasons. The first being that it wove science and faith together seamlessly with great analogies. Second, it realigned my view of myself and the world as a whole. I was reminded of just how significantly insignificant I truly am and that I am a child of a great big God; the God who created the universe, who breathed the stars into existence.
“Though we are but a vapor, you and me, and tiny and frail, we are marked by Majesty, and we have been created in the very image of the God who breathes out the stars and put the universe into place, you and I are fashioned and formed and ordained by the God of all creation. We are fearfully and wonderfully made.”
Louie Giglio repeatedly compares the Earth to a golf ball, with every person being but a speck on that tiny golf ball. But because we are set apart by God, He has given us tools and a task to accomplish. It makes me so humble to think that, I, just a tiny speck on the golf ball of the Earth, have been thought into creation, with a purpose, by a God who made the entire universe in its vastness.
His message is long, but bear with me, it is way worth it. Feel free to comment with your thoughts or send me a message, I would love to know what you think. Without further ado, I give you Louie Giglio.