From Jesus, with love


雪狼World egg carving

World egg carving (Photo credit: Cai.Sculptor)

Always and Forever, from the Activated Magazine Online (Read the original text of this article here)

I pour forth my love constantly, without end. The flow is always constant and rich and abundant, but how much you see and feel my love depends on your faith–how much you look for it and recognise it in the innumerable ways that I manifest my Love each d

ay. Whether or not you see it or feel it ot recognise it does not change the fact that my Love is constant and abundant and unconditional.

You cannot deserve it or work for it or be worthy of it in yourself, for my love is a gift. I love you because I love you–it’s as simple as that. I love you, I will never stop loving you, and I will never love you any less than I do today. I will always love you with a perfect, unending and unending love.

I long for you you partake of this love in all its richness and beauty. My love for you is forever love.


Something from Nothing? By Curtis Peter van Gorder (Read the original text of this article here)

Tornado in a Junkyard by James Perloff: The most widely accepted theory of the universe’s origin says that, at one time, all mass and energy were compressed in a tiny “cosmic egg”. Then the egg exploded, creating the Universe in The Big Bang…

But the Big Bang itself violates natural law. The laws of physics state that energy can neither be created nor destroyed. This is the first law of thermo-dynamics, the law of conservation of energy. As the well-known physicist Paul Davies wrote in his book The Edge of Infinity, the Big Bang “represents the instantaneous suspension of physical laws that allowed something to come out of nothing. It represents a true miracle.”

If one allows for an event beyond natural law, a “true miracle” as Davies puts it, then it is logically inconsistent to exclude other events, such as creation by God. If there was a cosmic egg, who put It there? The cosmic chicken? Scientists have always agreed that there is a cause for every effect. How then can the greatest effect of all, the Universe itself, have arisen without a cause?

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