The World In A Week by Adrian Rogers
The World In A week
And I want you to pay attention today, uh to the message
from God's word and incidentally, again our scripture is very
easy to find. Genesis 1:1. Turn to it, would you please.
The first book and the first chapter and the first verse.
Today we're speaking on this subject, A World in a Week.
A World in a week,
We find here the story of the creation and the formation
of the world in a week. I begin here in Genesis 1, verse 1.
In the beginning, God created the heaven and earth. And
the earth was without form and void, and darkness was upon
the face of the deep. And the spirit of God moved upon the
face of the waters. And God said, "Let there be light, and
there was light and God saw the light that it was good. And
God divided the light from the darkness. And God called the
light day and the darkness he called night. And the evening
and the morning were the first day. Now let's just stop right there. The evening and the
morning were the first day. In ah in 18 excuse me, in 1859,
Darwin wrote his famous book, "The origin of the Species",
and uh in that book he proposed to tell us from whence we
came. And he talked about the origin of the species. I've
been thinking about that. And I believe that the destiny of
the species is far more important than the origin. Now, I'm
not demeaning the origin.
And we need to know and learn from whence we came. And I
trust this morning we will and I just want you to draw close
and listen and tell you, dear friend, from whence you've come
has already been decided wherever it was. But where you're
headed the destiny of the species may not yet be decided in
your own heart and in your mind and so, you'd better pay
attention. And it is the bible, not Charles Darwin, that's
going to tell you both about the orig ...
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