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What did God create on Day 2?

Let's read Genesis 1:6-8

6 Then God said, “Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the
waters.” 7 Thus God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the
waters which were above the firmament; and it was so. 8 And God called the firmament Heaven. So the
evening and the morning were the second day.

God created the atmosphere on the 2nd Day.  The earth's
atmosphere actually weighs something too! (What? Air weighs
something? - YEP)   Ever wonder why it doesn't float away into
outer space?? Gravity.


The atmosphere is excellent proof of a Creator.  How would all this
air just randomly appear here?  Or how would all this water show
up on our planet?  We have a Creator who knew just what he was
doing and he gave us everything we need.  

Evolution is a belief that things just formed randomly...remember
there is absolutely NO proof of macroevolution: critters changing
from one animal to a different animal (like fish to human).  

Some have even proposed that God used evolution to create...that
would be the biggest waste of His time, resources, and death ever.  
God doesn't need evolution - nothing is impossible with God and
He created everything in 6 literal days.

Make a Barometer

Here's an awesome way to make a barometer and learn about
atmospheric pressure!

Empty coffee can
Large balloon
Large rubber band, one that will fit snugly around the coffee can
A pin


First, as an experiment, blow up the balloon. Think about how the
more air there is in the balloon, the more pressure it exerts
outward. This is what makes the balloon bigger as you blow it up.

Cut a large piece of the balloon and stretch it over the coffee can.
Hole the balloon in place with a rubber band stretched around the
can, over the balloon. Make sure there is a tight seal around the
rubber band. Any air leaks around the piece of balloon will affect
how well your barometer will work.

Use a little glue (not hot melt) and attach the straw to the piece of
balloon over the can. Then use a little more glue and attach the pin
to the other end of the straw (see diagram.)

Take a piece of paper and place some regularly spaced lines on it.

Set up the can and paper as shown in the diagram. Outside will
work better than inside.

Using Your Barometer:

Make several daily recording for about a week. Make notes about
the weather when you take the readings. What do you notice about
the readings and the weather? Compare the readings of the
barometer outside with those of a barometer inside.

Remember Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except
through Me. John 14:6

Source: http://starryskies.com/try_this/baro1.html
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