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Is there evidence of God?

I can't see God...I've never heard his audible voice...yet there are many things
that point to a Supreme Creator.

Nature
- Can you see God's fingerprint in nature?
We live in a special world...which is amazing and unique.  There are millions of different animals that each
play an important part in our world.  Animal's have amazing features such as the ability to adapt to their
environment and important instincts that are encoded in their genes.  
Example: Ants have never been to
school and yet they know how to build a home, store food, and work together.  How could so much
important information fit into these tiny creatures?


Human Body
- Intelligent Design

Our human body is also evidence of an intellgient designer.  Imagine placing several
mechanical parts in a bag and shaking it.  Is it possible for the pieces to fall into the exact right
place to form a robot?  Now think about how complex the human body is (digestive system,
nervous system, circulatory system and more)...if a robot can't form on its own, how could the
marvelous human body?  

How is your body designed to cool down when
it's hot?  Why does your body need oxygen and
food?  How does your body fight sickness
and disease?  How do your bones grow as your
grow older?





Earth
- Our planet is just perfect for us!
If the Earth were too small our atmosphere would not be possible (Mercury and the Moon).  Too large of a
planet would mean free hydrogen in our atmosphere (Jupiter and Saturn.)  We are the perfect distance
from the Sun ~ any closer and we'd burn up...any further and we'd freeze.  Our planet is tilted making
seasons possible.  

What keeps our Earth from over heating?  What keeps the Earth from freezing when it's dark?  
What does the ozone do and how can it filter light?  We're all standing on a giant planet in the
shape of a sphere...why don't we all float off?  How does gravity work??

Ribonuclease
- Can proteins form from a random chemical reactions?
The simplest protein of life is Ribonuclease made up of 124 amino acids.  If the amino acids were to link up in the wrong order or were the wrong type, the protein would not be able to perform its vital job in the chemistry of life. The
chances of these 17 amino acids linking in the correct order randomly are 1 in
100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000!  

Water
- Life wouldn't be possible without amazing water.
Water has amazing properties such as being able to dissolve almost anything.  Most liquids shrink when
frozen...but not water it expands and floats.  This keeps lakes from freezing over and allows fish to survive
at the bottom during cold winters. Water cohesion makes it possible for water to travel up plant stems.  
Oceans are where the majority of photosynthesis occurs providing oxygen for our planet.  












These are a few amazing things that point to an Awesome Loving Creator.  If you want to learn
more about how to know God personally:
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