Born To Win by Nelson Price

BORN TO WIN
NELSON PRICE
JAMES 1: 22
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Jesus Christ said, "If you love Me, keep My commandments"
(John 14:15).

Jesus Christ never issued a command that was not for our
good. Even slow learners eventually realize He never asks us to do
one thing that isn't for our own good. That is logical in light of His
love.

James the loving half-brother of Jesus was direct in
declaring: "But be doers of the word, and not hearers only,
deceiving yourselves" (James 1:22).

In order to be the winner God created you to be it is
essential to be a doer of the word and not only a hearer. You have
to be a participator not just a spectator.

Acknowledge he did create you and he created you to be a
winner. Creation is increasingly controversial. It is because from a
scientific standpoint evolutionists are losing the battle.

Recently a noted Yale professor, Harold Norwitz, observed
that the possibility of a single bacteria coming into existence by
natural means is 1 in 10 to the 100 billionth power. Meaning, he
said, it is beyond possibility. If it isn't possible for a single living
organism to come into existence by itself that mandates a Creator.
The rationale that life came into existence by natural means is
irrational.

One of the foremost authorities on DNA, Dr. Francis Critic,
who isn't a Christian said the complexity of DNA could not have
occurred by chance. The odds are against such complexity. While
admitting the impossibility of spontaneous origins he didn't concede
to there being a creator. He said DNA molecules came here from
another planet. So! How did it get on that other planet?

Reputable scientists in growing numbers are acknowledging
an intellectual creator. This is based in part on the simple truth
order and complexity doesn't come from disorder without
information. Out of chaos came the cosmos because there was
information sent from a loving Creator.

Evolution is a theory and no ...


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