How do the earth and stars showcase God’s design? – Dr. Stuart Burgess part 2

Now we are on part 2 of “How do the earth and stars showcase God’s design? ” Well I know for two days that God separates water from water. What was going on there? Well in day two, God is making water system, and air conditioning system. It is similar to what an engineer does. An engineer, who has the Madethe foundation of the house, will create a water supply system, drainage system, supply system, so that we see for two days. And air is one of these critically important substances, fine substances like water, because air, for example, has only one basis of density. It is not so dense that we cannot move the wind. It doesn’t slow us down when we walk and run, but it is so dense that birds can fly, airplanes can fly, so the density is right.

But at the same time, God has also put the right amount of oxygen in the air. This is enough for usto and breathes, but not so much as to spontaneously ignite. So God created the designer designer air system. This is very convenient, because the air is transparent, so we can see through it, but the air can also transmit sound, and transmit odor. It is a miracle substance. One of the most amazing about air is that it can absorb water. It is like a sponge and air is a very important part of the water cycle, because when it evaporates, it can condense into clouds, then you get transport, clouds can be transported from sea to land. Is, and then you have rain, where the water falls to a great extent, gravity pulls the slump on Earth, and they transit the land, and then the pressure of the water stops the water again in the springs and rivers and rivers gives. What I love about the water system is that God has poured local springs and ravines everywhere so that you are not anywhere, you are generally not far from a stream or a river.

A wonderful aspect of the design, I think, is that God can make fresh waterfalls close to where you live. This great design. I think many people don’t give us enough time to think about the water cycle, and just the glory that the whole system. We give life in the first place, isn’t it? This is right. After making the earth a foundation, and then arranging water, on that day the three Gods remember the provisions that man would need. So on day three, God specifically makes food, and it is the plants that will eventually give food to the animal kingdom, the trees, the flowers, and the harvest that will give us food. So three days is the important day, the day that ends the construction of man’s house. And I – I guess from an engineering point of view, you are – even going to look at the plants, and say that’s pretty good there.

Yes, the plants look simple, but they are really complex. Engineers cannot make a blade of grass because it is too complex. And you can take Sitaphal with wheat here, if I pick up a stalk of wheat, you can see here, it is producing beautiful succulent green leaves, and chlorofilther. And the process of photosynthesis is an incredible process, where the chlorophyllin plant converts water and sunlight and carbon dioxideinto into glucose food. This is not an amazing prosthetist engineer. So even in the simplest plant, we have a very complex process. This is right. And if you understand the whole plant, if you think how a plant grows into a small seed, the farmer here gave wheat seeds, they were just small seeds. And yet the information is there, to grow that plant in the genetic codefour, and when you think that the seed is encased in the ground, which is surrounded by mud, and just from that soil, it brings the necessary nutrients. , Likes minerals and phosphates, and together with water, and when it comes out of the soil it has sunlight, and carbon dioxidefrom in the air, just those simple ingredients include a beautiful flower, like wheat. , Or trees are born. Well, Stuart, that forces me to think about what I’m working on just in terms of writing, and the way God created everything is in relationships. So that even the seed, if it all happens on its own, is not actually produced. The relationship has to be fulfilled by God. Do you see that in the perspective of your creation?

Yes, the world is an absolutely wonderful relationship where one part is connected with another. If you take plants, they complicate the food cycles, so the plants are called producers, they produce glucose, which is important for the animal kingdom. Animals are consumers, you have primiconsumers like mice. Earlier today I saw wheat crawling in this area to steal, but then it – as well as consumers, you have decomposers like bacteria and fungi. So all three are dependent on each other. Producers, consumers, decomposers. And, along with the food cycle, you also have a cycle, so plants are netproducers of oxygen, animals are netcomusers of oxygen, and net production

But also, God has putjust the right amount of oxygen in the air. It’s enough for usto live and breathe, but it’s not so muchthat fire spontaneously starts. So God has designedthis designer air system. It’s also very convenient, because air is transparent, so we can see through it,but air can also transmit sound, and transmit smell. It’s a miracle substance. One of the most amazingthings about air is that it can absorb water. It’s like a sponge. And air is a very important partof the water cycle, because when watervapor condenses, it can condense into clouds, then you get transport, the clouds can be takenfrom the sea to the land, and then you have precipitation where the water dropletsbecome big enough, gravity pulls themdown to the earth, and they permeatethrough the ground, and then water pressure canbring the water up again, into springs and streams and rivers. What I love aboutthe water system is that God has put local springs and streams everywhereon the land so that doesn’t matterwhere you are, you’re normally not farfrom a stream or a river.

I think that’san amazing aspect of design, that God can deliver fresh watervery close to where you live. It’s fantastic design. Well I guess not manyof us spend enough time thinking about the water cycle, and just the gloryof that whole system.That’s where we firstfind life, isn’t it? That’s right. Having made the foundationsof the earth, and then made the water system, on day three God makesall the provisions that man will need. So on day three,God particularly makes food, and it’s the plants that will ultimately givefood to the animal kingdom, the trees, the flowers, and the cropsthat will give us food. So day three isan important day, the day that finishes offthe creation of man’s home. And I – my guess is that froman engineering perspective, you’re gonna look at the – even the plants, and say there isan exquisite design there.

Yeah, plants look simple, but they are actuallyvery complicated. Engineers can’t makeeven a blade of grass because that isjust so complicated. And you can seethat here, with wheat, if I bring up a stalk of wheat, you can see here,this lovely lush green leaves, and the chlorophyllthere is producing. And that process of photosynthesis isan incredible process, where the chlorophyllin the plant converts water and sunlight and carbon dioxideinto that glucose food. It’s an amazing processthat engineers can’t replicate. So even in the -in the simplest plant, we have a very highly complexengineering process going on. That’s right. And if you thinkof the whole plant itself, if you think of how a plantstarts as a tiny seed, the farmer gave usthese wheat seeds here, they’re just tiny seeds. And yet the informationis in there, in the genetic codefor that plant to grow, and when you think that that seed isjust in the ground, surrounded by mud, and just from that soil, it brings inthe nutrients it needs, the minerals likenitrates and phosphates, and together with water, and when it emerges fromthe soil it has the sunlight, and the carbon dioxidefrom the air, just those simple ingredientscan produce a beautiful flower, wheat like this, or trees. Well, Stuart, that makes me thinkof what I’ve just been working on in terms of writing, and the way that God created everythingto be in relationships. So that even the seed, if it’s all by itself,doesn’t really produce. It has to bein that relationship that God made it. Do you see that throughout yourdesign perspective of creation?

Yes, the world is fullof amazing relationships where one part of creation isinterrelated with another part. If you take plants, they’re partof intricate food cycles, so plants arewhat’s called producers, they produce glucose, which is importantfor the animal kingdom. Animals are consumers, you have primaryconsumers like mice. Earlier today I sawmice crawling into this field to steal the wheat, but then it – as well as consumers,you also have decomposers, like bacteria and fungi. So all three of thoseare dependent on each other. The producers, the consumers,the decomposers. And, as well as the food cycles, you also havegas cycles as well, so plants are netproducers of oxygen, animals are netconsumers of oxygen, and net producersof carbon dioxide, but then you need bacteriato produce nitrates that plants need. So you see all ofthese different relationships. In fact we couldgo even further, and talk about how plantsneed insects for pollination, and insects need plants, and in creation you havea myriad of these gas cycles, food cycles, and interrelationshipsbetween one part of creation and another.

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