Where Are the Dinosaurs?

There are many scientific theories why the dinosaurs are gone from the face of the earth. 

Asteroid, huge volcanic activity, severe ice age, climate change, and deadly disease—all these theories present possibilities that could have altered the sun, water, and atmospheric conditions on Earth, causing the death of dinosaurs.

There is one reason that laymen toy around with: Dinosaurs were too big to fit in Noah’s ark. So they were left behind and died in the flood.

They were humongous all right, but in God’s infinite wisdom, He could have easily commanded Noah to have baby dinosaurs or dinosaur eggs to get in there.

Speculations are always rife about what happened and what did not happen in Bible times. That’s why interpretations of all kinds exist today. Scientists also continue to look for concrete proofs of many theories. 

The only antidote to endless speculations is faith. No human mind can ever fathom the depth of God’s wisdom.

Prophet Isaiah explained it in Chapter 55, verse 9: “For just as the heavens are higher than the earth, so my ways are higher than your ways and my thoughts higher than your thoughts.”

Note to self: never rely on man’s wisdom about the Lord’s works.

May God’s grace strengthen our faith so we will continue to believe that His words are enough.


Yay Padua-Olmedo said...

Our finite minds will one day understand God's infinite power when we see Him face to face. I try to imagine us in heaven, with Jesus telling us endless stories about how He spoke everything into being. Hmmm, a nice blog topic.

J. said...

Ate Grace! It was lovely to meet you at the Christian Bloggers meet up. I got our photo posted on my blog. http://www.marriageandbeyond.com/2014/06/08/christian-bloggers-meetup-and-the-return-of-omf-lits-incredi-bulk-sale/

My son was so thrilled when I showed him our photo together. He uses your Super Devo and read backs through your Oh Mateo series. :)

God bless po!:)

Jen of MarriageAndBeyond.com and ChristianHomeschooler.info

Grace D. Chong said...

Hello, Yay!

Someday, when we come-to-face with our Maker, we will have all the answers. But then, again, they won't matter anymore. everything will be so glorious there is no need to discuss trivia.

Grace D. Chong said...

Hi, Jen! Thank you for blogging about our meet-up at OMF Lit and for posting our photo. Hope to meet you again soon. Please give my warmest regards to your son!