Blueprint Through the Ages

April 16, 2018 by  
Filed under Christian Life, Family Focus

By Makenzie Allen –

“The fact is fiction.” –Switchfoot

In the field of science there are many examples of facts being rooted in emotions thus creating the contradictory statement, “The fact is fiction.” Many people are set on denying God, and for this reason we have evolutionists. Evolutionists like to claim that they have the evidence and creation scientists don’t. Evolutionists have the facts, we have the religion. When in reality, they have the religion; we have the relationship plus evidence for a Creator.

Why evolutionists see the need to believe they evolved from apes, I’m not sure. What I do know is that evolutionists don’t want to accept that there is a God and that He is above them. This kind of biased outlook should have never been allowed to take over such a large portion of the scientific community.

The scientific method starts with a question, makes a hypothesis, conducts a series of experiments, analyzes the results, and finally, draws a conclusion. This solid way of proving facts is not being used in modern science often enough. Instead of following the blueprint, scientists are following their emotions.

God doesn’t want us to be robotic, He gave us emotions and they are good. However, emotions should not be used to make conclusions without comparing them to what the Bible says. Just as scientists should follow the blueprint of the scientific method, we should follow the blueprint of God’s Word.

My childhood dog passed away recently, just barely missing my eighteenth birthday. In my mind, it almost signifies the end of being a kid. The problem with this thought is that I love being a little girl. And I loved having my puppy sitting beside me when I stayed up late into the night writing these articles. Emotion and I have been in close proximity these past few months. I have to say, it is a tiring relationship.

Emotions can be draining, but God’s Word is so reviving! Words written by inspired men thousands of years past still have the ability to remedy my festering emotions. As I continue to miss my dog, I am reminded of God’s perfect plan and mercy towards me. The Bible is God’s blueprint for overcoming the death and decay we see around us today; it is the only way I am set free from emotions that would leave me crippled and captive.

My emotions have never left me longing for the relation between man and ape, but they have caused many other circumstances that could be labeled as fact becoming fiction. There is friction between truth and falsehood, fact and fiction, evidence and impulse.

“The Word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart” (Hebrews 4:12 KJV).

The Word of God is a sword that divides the truth from the false. It is sharp and piercing, able to cut through fiction and nonfiction and discern which is which. What a comfort it is to know that God has given me the truth to combat my emotions. The blueprint of the ages is available to all who long for structure founded on truth.

“The fact is fiction.” Not so with my God!

About Makenzie Allen

Makenzie Allen is a christian teen with a passion to write. Besides writing articles for The Christian Pulse, she also has her own blog at teenybopperbaker.blogspot.com

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