Making Your Own Dirt?

... there are those now last who will be first, and those now first who will be last

Luke 13:30
Isaiah 66:18-21; Psalms 117:1-2; Hebrews 12:5-7,11-13; Luke 13:22-30

At a conference of scientists, the discussion gravitated toward the wonders of human achievement: in fact, they reached the conclusion that human beings no longer required the services of God. They chose one scientist to go and break the news to God. He arranged a meeting and began by saying, “God, we’ve decided that we no longer need You. We’ve become so competent and resourceful that, among many other miraculous things, now we are even able to clone human beings. So thanks for everything, but it really is time for You to go!”

God listened patiently until the man finished his spiel. Then God said, “Very well. But first, let Me propose a contest. Since you mentioned your ability to create humans, let’s make it a ‘human-making contest.'” The scientist replied, “Okay, great!” Then God added, “In fact, let’s do it the way I did it way back in the beginning with Adam.”

“Fine,” the scientist said, “absolutely no problem.” Then he bent down and…

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