I posted about the creation of the universe at Out of the Ordinary today.
Undergirding the existence of everything is God’s will (Revelation 4:11). God decided to create the world, not because of any need he had, but because he had a purpose he wanted to accomplish through it. He wanted to show his own glory through the things he made (Romans 11: 36; Psalm 19:1).
Based on his free choice to create the universe, God simply spoke, and the universe appeared. “Let there be,” he said, and there was. He called out things that didn’t exist and so they began to exist (Romans 4:17).
Here’s a secret: I may be working on a whole series of posts on things every Christian woman should know. I didn’t announce it because I didn’t want to promise what I couldn’t or wouldn’t finish. The idea for the series came from Tim Challies.
The first post is on the True Woman blog and the rest have been posted at Out of the Ordinary.
Next up will be a few posts about us, like how we are made in God’s image and how, every one of us, is a sinner.