All those who believe in the Lord are looking forward to His second coming. Do you know how the Lord will knock at the door?
God uses all things—the things He created—to maintain mankind’s home for survival and protect mankind’s home, and this is how He provides for man and provides for all things.
God’s intentions and purpose are held within all of these things and they are His deeds.
Why did God make air, and what was His reasoning? Humans need air, and they need to breathe.
God supplied mankind with and created such a quiet environment, so that the human body can live very normally in such an environment without any interferences, and so that mankind will be able to exist and live normally.
God did these things to all aspects of the human body—vision, hearing, taste, breathing, feelings … to maximize mankind’s survival adaptability so that they can live normally and continue to do so.
God applies these different geographical environments to change an airflow’s speed, direction and force, using such a method to reduce or manipulate it into an appropriate wind speed, wind direction, and wind force, so that humans can have a normal living environment.
God is the source of everything, and mankind enjoys all things while God supplies them. That is to say, man enjoys all things when he accepts the life God bestows on all things. Mankind enjoys the results of God’s creation of all things, whereas God is the Master.
We had just spoken about a part of the overall environment, that is, the conditions necessary to human survival God prepared for mankind since He created the world.
Grains, fruits and vegetables, and all types of nuts are all vegetarian foods. Even though they are vegetarian foods, they have sufficient nutrients to satisfy the needs of the human body.
On the Fifth Day, Life of Varied and Diverse Forms Exhibits the Authority of the Creator in Different Ways Scripture says, “And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly … Read More Christ’s Word “God Himself, the Unique I: God’s Authority (I)” (Excerpt 1)