One morning I received a beep on my phone and it was a message from Apple News announcing the first images from the James Webb Space Telescope — showing the deepest views of the universe ever captured. It goes on to read the first image from NASA’s web telescope is our deepest view of the universe. The newly released full-color images highlight a stunning collection of ancient galaxies and heralds in a new age for astronomy.
After a million-mile journey into space, NASA’s newest Flagship Observatory, the James Webb Space scope, has captured its first suit of full-color images of the universe as seen through the instrument-sharpened Fred eye that little patch of populated is populated by swirling glowing, gorgeous galaxies, some of which existed more than 13 billion years ago when the universe was still a toddler.
And then it goes on to talk about how important to find like this is every time I read something like this, I wonder how people can look at the world around us and look at space the magnitude of space and believes that all of a sudden — for no rhyme or reason — the heavens and the earth just popped up. It blows my mind that some can’t say the word God or create it; it’s so simple to me how clear it is.
As I always do, I head to the Book of Knowledge tells you everything you need to know about anything, and it’s in the beginning of the Bible in Genesis. The first thing it says, in the beginning, is that God created the heavens and the Earth. Is that pretty clear, pretty simple? Like the word of God always is!
Now let’s go a little bit further to Romans 120. For since the creation of the world, his invisible attributes are clearly seen being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and godhead, so that they are without excuse.
God’s word is always so clear and so to the point — IT addresses everything.