One Gospel Minute

May 14, 2024

Wonderfully Made

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Depict an exceptional entity that is self-sustaining and self-regulated, skilled at managing bodily functions, adapting to temperatures, regulating fluid levels, and maintaining balance. Intrigued? How do you believe such a creature came about? Was it by chance or design? Take a look in the mirror! It’s you—fearfully and wonderfully made by the marvelous work of a divine creator, God (Psalm 139). When was the last time you praised Him?


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David Hill: Suppose I told you of a unique, marvelous being, completely self-contained and self-controlled, regulates the operation of its body. Hot, cold, manages fluids as needed, can put on or take off as needed to maintain normal. Think you’d be interested? What if I told you it could diagnosed its own problems, even repair them on its own. When receiving an external injury, it could heal itself. You’d say, “Where is this thing? I’d like to see it.” But there’s more. This thing is highly intelligent. Thinks for itself, operates independently, solves problems, can design and build great machines. Interested? Question? How would such a thing come about? By chance or design? Want to see this marvelous creature?

Look in the mirror. It’s you! You’re fearfully and wonderfully made by the marvelous work of a divine creator deserving our praise (Psalm 139). Have you praised your maker lately? We praise Him by following His word, the Bible. That’s good news – the gospel! Thank you for listening to One Gospel Minute. Stay in touch with our podcast on our website and on Apple, Spotify, YouTube, or wherever fine podcasts are distributed.

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