There are SO MANY verses that are so good that it is IMPOSSIBLE for our natural human mind to believe.  This is because they are spiritual truths outside the natural, physical realm that the natural mind can’t see.  Thus, we rarely hear them taught or shared.  This can be frustrating because these are verses and powerful truths the world NEEDS to HEAR and SEE! Everyone is so hungry be loved and accepted by God and others.  These are two foundational needs for all humans.  Is it finally time our eyes are opened to these most powerful verses?  Is it time we begin allowing the truth to live through us to all those around us?

Check these powerful verses out and think about what they are saying.  If they weren’t God’s very Word, we would write them off as “New Age”!Continue reading

Did dinosaurs exist between Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:2?

Did dinosaurs exist between Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:2?

Have you noticed what Genesis 1:1 SEEMS to say?  Ponder it a bit.

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth Genesis 1:1 NASB

It says that at the very beginning of everything, God created the Heavens and the Earth.   To me, this says that this is even before the current account (in Genesis 1 and 2) we are telling you about.  In other words, the “Heavens and the Earth” were created WAY BEFORE what we are now telling you about.  Because if you go to verse 2, it reads as if (now) The earth was formless and void, and darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was moving over the surface of the waters  Genesis 1:2 NASB

Why is darkness already present in verse 2 when God says “he creates darkness” in Isaiah 45:7?  Yet we see no creation of darkness here.

Perhaps God had some serious judgments that occurred before the Adamic race was created?  It is also very interesting that in Genesis 1 the wording says “after their kind”.  If this was the first creation, then there would be NO kind that existed before this.  Also, did you know the word we translate as “fill the earth” in Genesis 1:28 most often is translated as refill or replenish.  Look at the KJV translation, what it says is amazing:Continue reading