Creation: Earth in the unimaginably vast Universe

I was pleasantly surprised to find this article today. I’d originally seen this info on a video that a friend loaned me. When it comes right down to it, it’s hard to even imagine the fullness and size of all Creation. How many galaxies do you think have planets just like Earth? How many planets with intelligent life? God knows! Hopefully, when it’s our time to leave our Earthly body, maybe we’ll be able to soar through the “Heavens” and see all of what He created. Never know!!!

Fellowship of the Minds

“The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament showeth His handiwork.” -Psalm 19:1

Do you want to see how our Earth, that tiny blue marble in the solar system, compares to other bodies in the Universe?

Here are some visual aids (Source: BabaMail):

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Try to imagine the truly awesome, mind-boggling Being who created all this — this unimaginably vast Universe that our puny human pea-brain can’t even begin to grasp or comprehend.

It is said that when St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274), the towering intellect and theologian, was near death, he was given a glimpse of the Godhead. Humbled and awed, he whispered, referring to all of the many and brilliant works he had written in his lifetime: “All is straw.”

No wonder our Lord Jesus the Christ, the Second Person of the Triune Godhead who humbled Himself by incarnating as vulnerable body and flesh, instructed us that:

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Author: patrioticgofer

Vietnam Veteran and patriot to my home and home land. Not a government butt kisser, by any means. I believe in "We the people" being the power in this great country and I believe we need to regain that status and remind our governing officials of that, every chance we get. There are all kinds of "conspiracy theories" coming out, almost faster, every day. Hopefully, the posts I put here, have been researched by others and are truthful.

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