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Set no time to the Lord the creator of time, for His time is always best.

    Author: Samuel Rutherford
    Source: A Puritan Golden Treasury

God commands these people, made in His image, to multiply so that they, and thus God's image, will fill the earth.

    Author: Daniel Fuller
    Source: The Unity of the Bible

Just because creation gives God great delight, we cannot say that He is worshipping it; rather, He is worshipping Himself as He sees His goodness bringing such blessing to people that they give their heartfelt thanks and praise to Him for the benefits He imparts.

    Author: Daniel Fuller
    Source: The Unity of the Bible

There is still One whose faith in you has never wavered. And how wonderful it is that that one should be Jesus Christ! It was a wonderful dream God dreamed, Christ says, when He created you; it was a stately being that was in His mind when you were fashioned; and I can make you all He meant that you should be.

    Author: A.J. Gossip

The Indian Seer lost God in Nature; the Christian mystic, on the other hand, finds God in Nature. The Hindu mystic believes that God and Nature are one and the same; the Christian mystic knows that there must be a Creator to account for the universe.

    Author: Sadhu Sundar Singh

In the Scriptures we see that God creates the universe and owns the universe. It is His possession, and He governs it by His own authority.

    Author: R.C. Sproul

Atheists themselves used to be very comfortable in maintaining that the universe is eternal and uncaused. The problem is that they can no longer hold that position because modern evidence that the universe started with the Big Bang. So they can't legitimately object when I make the same claim about God-he is eternal and he is uncaused.

    Author: William Lane Craig

There are not two laws of Bio-genesis, one for the natural, the other for the Spiritual; one law is for both. Where-ever there is Life, Life of any kind, this same law holds.

    Author: Henry Drummond
    Source: Natural Law, Bio-genesis, p. 75.

All the work of the world is merely a taking advantage of energies already there.

    Author: Henry Drummond
    Source: Natural Law, Growth, p. 140.

Man is a mass of correspondences, and because of these, because he is alive to countless objects and influences to which lower organisms are dead, he is the most living of all creatures.

    Author: Henry Drummond
    Source: Natural Law, Death, p. 155.

All organisms are living and dead--living to all within the circumference of their correspondences, dead to all beyond... Until man appears there is no organism to correspond with the whole environment.

    Author: Henry Drummond
    Source: Natural Law, Death, p. 155.

This earthly mind may be of noble calibre, enriched by culture, high-toned, virtuous, and pure. But if it know not God? What though its correspondences reach to the stars of heaven or grasp the magnitudes of Time and Space? The stars of heaven are not heaven. Space is not God.

    Author: Henry Drummond
    Source: Natural Law, Death, p. 158.

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