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Billy Graham Devotional 3rd March 2021 Today – God Is The Life Giver

Billy Graham Devotional 3rd March 2021 Today - God Is The Life Giver

Billy Graham Devotional 3rd March 2021 Today – God Is The Life Giver

You are reading Billy Graham Devotions for Today Wednesday 3rd March 2021. May you be blessed as you read on.


Key Verse: “He made the world and everything there is.” – Hebrews 1:2 (TLB)

TODAY MESSAGE: There are many arguments we could marshal to give evidence of the existence of God. There is scientific evidence pointing to God’s existence. For example, whatever is in motion must be moved by another, for motion is the response of matter to power. In the world of matter there can be no power without life, and life pre-supposes a being from which emanates the power to move things, such as tides and the planets.

Or there is the argument that says nothing can be the cause of itself. It would be prior to itself if it caused itself to be, and that is an absurdity. Then there is the law of life. We see objects that have no intellect, such as stars and planets, moving in a consistent pattern, cooperating ingeniously with one another.

Hence, it is evident that they achieve their movements not by accident but by design. Whatever lacks intelligence cannot move intelligently. An arrow would be useless without a bow and an archer. What gives direction and purpose and design to inanimate objects? It is God. He is the underlying, motivating force of life.

Go deeper: Read “Lies About Creation”

Prayer For The Day: Lord, I know that without Your power my life would be useless. Prompt me, by Your Holy Spirit, to glorify You in everything I do.

Thank you for reading Today’s Billy Graham Devotional 3rd March 2021 – God Is The Life Giver. God bless you!

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