Science and God

How can men trust in science but in God they will not believe? (Ps. 14:1), (Ps. 25:2), (Ps. 34:22), (Pro. 3:5-6)

How can they see the sun, moon, and stars, but in God they can not perceive?

How can men acknowledge the universe having no beginning or end, but not see that God is infinite?

How can they comprehend the vastness of space, and not grasp that man is but a vapor and finite?

How can men watch the metamorphosis of a caterpillar as it turns into a Butterfly?

Seeing something that once crawled suddenly fly, but still in God they deny?

How can men witness as a chameleon changes color to adapt to the environment, but in God they will not rely?

How can they be so accepting that life exists so tiny it’s invisible, but in God they must see with their own eye?

How can men accept the science behind the forces of the universe, but not see the continuity of an intelligent God who is just?

How can they experience the beauty of nature, or the flawless design of the human body and still in God they refuse to trust?

How can men readily seek the mystery of a black hole?

Then so easily dismiss the teaching of what the Prophets foretold?

How can men not fear where the forces of evil came from, and the origin of love and hate?

But stubbornly they question the majesty of a God of love who wants to save them from their fate?

It is better to trust in the Lord than to put confidence in man. It is better to trust in the Lord than to put confidence in princes.”  Psalm 118:8-9