"Ah Lord GOD! behold, thou hast made the heaven and the earth by thy great power and stretched out arm, and there is nothing too hard for you:" (Jeremiah 32:17)

      "When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and the stars, which thou hast ordained; What is man, that thou art mindful of him? and the son of man, that thou visitest him?" (Psalm 8:3/4)

      Look around you anywhere in the world. God does it all. He created the good and the evil. The ground you stand on. The resources men take out of the earth. The oceans stocked with sea life. The forests and jungles full of animals good for food. The clouds watering the earth. The winds blowing bad air away from the cities and cooling the earth like an air conditioner. The stars in a jeweled night sky. The blazing sun at noon. The moon to light the night while you sleep.

      "For with God nothing shall be impossible." (St. Luke 1:37) God is able to do anything logically possible. He would not want to do anything illogical.

      We would not expect God Almighty to make 2 + 2 = 5 nor would we want him to make himself disappear into nothingness then reappear as God Almighty since we know that once he reduced himself to nothingness, he could not return to be our God.

      When we hear "With God all things are possible,"...we should understand: "With God all things possible are possible." On the other side of what is logical is the illogical. The reason why the word logical is made ill'ogical is apparent. It would be "ill" for God to make 2 + 2 = 5 because it would cause confusion, and it would be ill for God to make himself disappear because all of the Universe would disintegrate destroying all life and all and all reality would disappear.

      So ill + logical = illogical.

      When mockers of God say he can't make a circle both circle and square at the same time, they think themselves wise; but are foolish because they are inviting God to stupidly create confusion. How would you like it if the circular wheels of your car were square also and no longer rolled your vehicle down the highway at seventy miles per hour?

      They say since it is impossible for Him to create a stone so large and heavy he cannot lift it, all things are not possible for Him to do. Would you fault God for being able to lift the Universe in the palm of His Hand? And why would you require Him to create a stone so big He could not life it? That would be vain and illogical wouldn't it? And if its vain and illogicall for Him to do it, it is vain and illogical for anyone to argue He can't do what He should not do.

      His Word keeps the universe moving like clockwork. He forms babes in the wombs of their Mothers. He numbers the hairs on your head. He quickens all things. He counts your steps. He hears the thoughts of all mankind simultaneously at the same time. He is all in all. He chooses the day of your birth and the day of your death. He is the beginning and the end of all life on the planet earth.

      God rules by his power forever. (Psalm 66:7) When Israel was in slavery in Egypt, God showed his people the power of his works. (Psalm 111:6) But to them the memory of it was no more than our seeing the rising of the sun in a glorious morning, when they were tested in the Sinai desert; they rebeled.

      This is the nature of the flesh we all wear, that we are more concerned with how we feel than the perception God Almighty has of us in his illuminated mind. We are no better than the Israelites who were left in the wilderness forty years.

      He will "raise us up by his own power" (1 Corinthians 6:14) in the Resurrection and the faithful will live again in the thousand year reign of Christ. The work God has begun in his power, he will finish in his power; and no man can add to it or take away from it.