Charlene Notgrass

Recently Ray read a short passage to me out of a geography encyclopedia compiled by a well-respected scientific organization, published by a well-respected publisher. This isn’t a curriculum book but simply a reference book. In its introduction, it talked about Earth being an “astonishing place.” It said that a mass “somehow” evolved into a planet. It said that Earth formed at just the right distance from the sun “by sheer luck.”

I’m not kidding. It really used the words “somehow” and “by sheer luck.”

Scientific? No.

I am thankful to know that “in the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.”


Thank you for teaching your children the truth. I am grateful that children are growing up knowing the truth. The next generations need people who know the truth about where we came from and who know what God wants the people He placed inside His Creation to be about.

We humans often think we are so smart. The really smart ones look to the One Who created them, and they learn from Him.

The wicked will return to Sheol,
All the nations who forget God.
For the needy will not 
always be forgotten,
Nor the hope of the afflicted 
perish forever.
Arise, Lord, do not let mankind prevail;
Let the nations be judged before You.
Put them in fear, Lord;
Let the nations know 
that they are merely human. 
Psalm 9:17-20 NASB

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