Just A Speck

When you look at the midnight sky at the billions upon billions of sparkling stars and a moon full and bright, does it make you wonder about how great and wonderous this universe really is? Does it bring to mind how small in comparison is this tiny speck called earth? Does it make you think about how short our time is on this tiny speck called Earth in comparison to the eternity of space? We are each just a speck on a tiny speck in an endless sea called the universe.

Yet it is not the Helix Nebula, or the Egale Nebula, it is not the Orion Nebula or Milky Way that is the most special of all the endless wonders this universe has to offer. No it is none of these, it is that tiny speck called Earth that stands alone as the most special place in this universe.

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16

It is the world, that tiny speck called earth that God loved so much that He gave His Son for. And it is those specks called humans on that tiny speck called Earth that Jesus died for.

But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us. Romans 5:8

We are each just a speck on a tiny speck called Earth in an endless sea called the universe. Yet God became flesh and died for us that we may have eternal through Him. What an amazing thing to do for just a speck called man.

When you look at the midnight sky at the billions upon billions of sparkling stars, does it make you wonder about how great and wonderous a God we have? A God that loved a sinner, just a speck such as you and I that He died so that we may live.

Just a though from just a speck on a tiny speck called Earth in an endless sea called the universe.

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  1. apostle43
    apostle43 says:

    Bernie, thank you for your insightful blog. Not only are we “just a speck on a tiny speck in an endless sea called the universe”, but are time here on earth is very short. We are born, live, and die, and what impact did we have? How many lives are remembered?

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