How Does the Natural World Reflect God? – Dr. Kurt Wise Part-1

Now, look at the way here. It is an excellent place for the salamander. They are usually beautiful – this is a season when they are not easy to find, but they love this water. There is a lot – there must be a lot here. This – oh yes. Here is one here. There are different types of salamanders in this area which are slightly different in color each time. Note that this boy lives in a color that suits him. And their trends – all the different color variations tend to move towards the rocks with which they are mixed.

He is just looking at you. Say hello, Ripple. But beware, you know them – here we go. It is a place full of life. You have water in your hand, and this is because of water, there are many different varieties of life that you would usually see. But there are algae growing in the water, thin things. You’ll find it in water – we can’t see it, but there will be all kinds of bacteria, there will be microorganisms that eat the bacteria, these leaves fall into it.

There is an area of ​​trees and a mold inside the leaves – oh, the fungus is specifically designed to take that material – to break down and separate the plants – not only enough for them to eat, Rather with this mutual understanding they put nutrients back into the water which are nutrients for other plants. So here are plants, here are animals, there is a little sea. You have bacteria, you have algae, you have a single cell, you have complete inequality of life.

All the major differences between organisms are depicted here. And then it is so invisible that you cannot see, too much. In fact, thousands of times more. The inference is that on the surface of all plants and all animals if you can see them and put them on a scale, the bacteria you can’t see in the top few meters of soil are actually all those plants and Can beat animals that you can see.It is difficult to gather your mind. In fact, in geology, we begin to realize that as we go deeper, as we go deeper, we find bacteria in concentrations as we go down, one kilometer, two kilometers, from the surface. One mile down. So we start thinking that living organisms have biomass or total mass, even a mile below the surface. So this – this world is just full of life. Again, that picture of God.

God is a God of life. And it puts life into creation and puts it everywhere. It floats in the atmosphere, visibly grows on the surface, remains on the surface, but is also deeper in the surface. You find it in glaciers, snow. You will find it under oceans, in the middle of oceans, on top of oceans. There is no place on earth where you do not find living organisms. We seek them within and everywhere – within us, outside ourselves, within rocks, outside rocks, everywhere. And this is – God created life in such a way that this creation we can see drops as a picture of God with life.

He wants us to see life. But his life is invisible. We cannot see it. But he wants to understand us. So I believe that nature makes his paintings. He placed life in the physical organisms that we can see. So we have an idea of ​​what life is and then fill the composition with it. That’s why we see life in everyone. And then he wants to show all these qualities of God – the relationship between the Godhead members, the interrelationships there, in which every member of the Godhead loves and interacts with the members of the Devabhoomi. So it keeps reciprocity between these organisms. Hence working together to develop this community of organisms here.

You see it here in a few square feet. But this is a picture of what is true on this planet. And here is something amazing – you would think that life would not exist in places like desert, snow, where life is so difficult to exist. Life is. But it is even more important that the organisms living there work together to survive in this difficult environment. Yes. So then, this is a picture of how we should live as human beings. In difficult times, we need to work more mutually. Not only to survive but to flourish in these conditions and to show the real nature of God to the world. We need to do this in our lives, as God has created to create this creation. The notion of relationships arises from the nature of God which is forever connected.

He seems to have created this important work filled with divine relationships. And we just scratch the surface to understand these things. We are beginning to understand them – how much are these relationships. We know that there are many more things – you know, people have a lot of room to do more work. We have – a lot that we don’t understand about these individual local communities. And the more we learn about Him, the more we learn about God, the more exciting it will be.

There are a lot of rooms that some say, they used to say in the 19th century, you know, science has solved everything, we have nothing else to learn. Perhaps there is a student who feels this way. But this is not true. This world is huge. God has made this creation so big that we will spend it working and learning about it, bringing it to close forever. In one sense it is easy to understand, but there are many things that are so deep that it will keep us busy everywhere. Millions of people can keep us busy for all ages because he is an eternal God. So there is still a limit, right? Absolutely.

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