Is there really a God out there? Is it reasonable to believe that, if He does exist, He could be interested in man—interested in a personal sense?
The great inventor Thomas Edison never thought of himself as a man of strong religious convictions, but he did believe in the existence of a Supreme Deity. Someone asked him, “Sir, do you believe in an intelligent creator, a personal God?” He answered, “I certainly do. If we but look at the natural laws of the universe, we would acknowledge the existence of the Great Engineer and His divine power.”
The Psalmist cried out, “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands” (Psalm 19:1). The mind of man can hardly comprehend the vastness and complexity of the cosmos, or the grandeur of the heavens. Scientists say that there are billions of stars in our…
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