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Posted by Chris Duncan on September 27, 2002 05:36:08 UTC

Have you ever heard the old saying/question: "Can God create a rock so big that even He can't lift it"?

Maybe the question should ask, "Can God create riddle, an enigma, a puzzle so complex that even He can't solve it"?

I believe that the answer to the latter question is yes. We are the puzzle. How do you solve a puzzle? You go piece by piece, and you observe how each one fits into place to help you figure out how the next piece will fit into place.

Couldn't God be doing that right now?

Warm Regards,

Chris

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