Do the math      


As I type this, the total solar eclipse is in process. What are the odds … that a planet would be at such a perfect location to its sun so that life could thrive like this planet?

… whose moon’s surface so reflects its sun that it gives such brilliant light to the night sky?

… whose orbit so perfectly chases its sun as to reflect that light to the planet AND rarely eclipse it?

… whose proportional location between the planet and its sun would make it neither too large or too small to so perfectly eclipse its sun? There’s not another known set-up so perfect anywhere in the universe.

God says He made the two great lights, the greater light to govern the day, and the lesser light to govern the night (Genesis 1:16).

That’s such a good reason for your whole household to join in our Founders Revival at 7 p.m. this Friday (8/25) and Saturday (8/26) and 10:45 a.m. Sunday (8/27) 🙂

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