Friday, October 3, 2014

Sometimes God Bends the Rules

“The most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible.” Albert Einstein (a believer in Purposeful Design) also said, “The universe is orderly – and follows “rules” of nature that do not change; and, if these rules of nature did change, from time to time – in chaotic fashion – we would really be in bad shape! And, the fact that there are rules at all is kind of a miracle.”

But God does sometimes “bends the rules” because he loves us so much - -

* To make insulation so water below doesn’t freeze
* So fish don’t freeze
*  For water transportation across frozen lakes

Yes, a solid substance is usually heavier than its liquid form ... and sinks. But in the case of freezing water, God set about “hydrogen bonding” and an expanded crystalline lattice called “ice” that floats on top of the surface of the water. Thank you, God!

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