I was a young child when men were still taking voyages into space and landing on the moon. Our television programs of the time reflected America’s fascination and adventure beyond the surface of this world.
After watching a rerun of Lost in Space, I went outside with the mission of building my own space robot. I gathered some friends from our four-plex and set them all busy helping me. We collected sticks, string, and an old tin can and began assembling the robot that never was, but we tried with what we had.
Before man builds anything he must have both materials and tools. It’s true of my cousin who constructs top-notch decks and fences, as well as little boys with otherworld imaginations.
God had neither materials nor tools when He created the heavens and the earth. By the word of the Lord the heavens were made, and all the host of them by the breath of His mouth … He spoke, and it was done; He commanded, and it stood fast (Psalm 33:6, 9). He simply spoke and everything which exists sprang into being from nothing.
He is the Almighty God and nothing is too hard for Him.