Sometimes, while I am out in the "Great Outdoors" I see things that make me realize that there is something greater than we understand going on around us. I sometimes wonder how scientists can say that the universe and the world we live in came about from " the big boom theory."
I know I am getting a little off beat, But I feel inspired to write. I am by no means trying to force my beliefs on anyone. But I just stand in awe and am overwhelmed by all the beautiful things of the outdoor world that is there for us to see.
Doesn't it make you think about how this all came about? The very Bass that we purue, where did they come from, and how did they come about.The deer that we see grazing in the fields....?
I realize that we as humans don't have all the answers, but we strive deligently to arrive at some scientifically proven theory. But is there a theory that we can totally and without a doubt prove to be true?
I use to be one who believed that if you could show me I would believe. Now I look around me and I am truely amazed at all the evidence of "creator" that we have around us.Look up in the sky at night, and look at all the stars. Look at the moon, the sun. How do they manage to stay in the same orbit, and have for as long as man has been on the earth. I don't know about you but I can't swallow the "big boom" theory.
I truely believe that there is something a lot more supernatural than that at stake. When I am camping or fishing or hunting, I feel a closeness to something a lot more realistic than an unproven theory. I truely believe that God has created all that we see around us!
For one thing the universe as we know it is for too complicated for a freak accident of nature itself. I know that I can't prove that God is real, but I don't think that anyone can prove that he,s not real! So when I am on the lake at sunrise or sunset, and I see the beauty around me, In my heart I know, that there is more to life than meets the eye.
So what I hope I have done here Is get you all to thinking. So until next time, enjoy the "Great Outdoors" See you all out there, and Good Luck! Thanks for your Time!