Why Are We Created?

prss042779Is there any more in our life than just playing, working, marrying, raising childs, growing old and die? Does life have some meanig and how did life begin? Are we a product of intelligent design? If so, there must be a Designer.

If we consider our brain, the cells of our body and the marvelous very tiny parts in it, as the DNA code, we conclude that behind it all must be a wise Designer. And if there is a design, life must have a reason that add great meaning to our life.

But What Is This Reason?

We are material beings, and have had a beginning. The Great Designer is beyond space and time, and therefore He has no begin and will never die: He is eternal. But humans are created.
The Great Designer, we call God, does explain how he created the first human pair, and tells us that he create us for a good reason: to enjoy life in a paradise earth and live forever. Yes, we will never die (Genesis 1:28, 31; 2:7; Psalm 37:9-11). How do we know that?

For example: Imagine you are invited to eat a very special cake. You are not alone. But before you will eat the cake, it is asked you to answer two questions: how and why is the cake baked? You are surprised but agree. When is point out how the cake is made, remain to solve the question why it is made. Nobody knows but the landlady, and until she decide to tell you the reason she baked the cake, you will never eat it.

It is reasonalble to conclude that a loving Creator wants to let us know the reason he created us. He did it through a material thing, we easily can explore to find the answer. This thing is a book, the Bible. In the Bible God explains the reason why we are created. Do you want to know this reason? Please visit our official web site JW.ORG, for further information about this item and other interesting stuff.

The Wondrous Creation of God

 BLD176440When I see your heavens, the works of your fingers, the moon and the stars that you have prepared, what is mortal man that you keep him in mind, and a son of man that you take care of him? (Psalms 8:3, 4)

The words of this Psalm transmit the overwhelming sense of awe and praise in which the Creation of God should transform us. We have to look up outside of ourselves and wonder God’s Creation with the same praise.

”As an astronomer, I have felt the sense of being ”blown away” by seeing images of countless distant galaxies, or even by just looking up at the array of stars overhead on a dark moonless night and sensing something of the ”bigness” of God”. — Jennifer Wiseman, Science as Instrument of Worship”

Hubble, Subaru; Composition & Copyright-R. Gendler

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