Saturday, September 3, 2016

Creation Moment Month Begins

A cheery hello to you all!
As some of you may remember from previous years, September is Creation Moment month which means I'll be sharing a creation moment with you almost every day. I hope you enjoy reading them, and if you have an animal, plant, etc. in mind you would like to learn about, please leave a comment and I'll see if I can find an article.

Genesis 1:22
"And God blessed them, saying, Be fruitful, and multiply, and fill the waters in the seas, and let fowl multiply in the earth."
Which came first – the chicken or the egg? Well, I'm happy to report that this age-old dilemma has finally been solved. It was the chicken that came first – something that creationists have known all along. After all, the Bible tells us that God created every winged fowl and gave them the ability to reproduce after their kind.
Newly hatched chicks
Though atheistic evolutionists don't look for answers in the Bible, they have now come to the same conclusion as those of us who do take the Bible seriously. According to a news item in the U.K.'s DailyMail, "Researchers found that the formation of egg shells relies on a protein found only in a chicken's ovaries. Therefore, an egg can exist only if it has been inside a chicken."

The article adds that the OC-17 protein acts as a catalyst to speed up the development of the shell. This hard shell is essential to house the yolk and its protective fluids while the chick develops inside.
Professor John Harding, an evolutionist from Sheffield University's Department of Engineering Materials, predictably left God out of the picture when he said, "Nature has found innovative solutions that work for all kinds of problems in materials science and technology – we can learn a lot from them."
Professor Harding, the only reason why we find innovative solutions in nature for all kinds of problems is because nature itself reflects the creative genius of its Creator!
If you'd like to see the post I wrote about chickens, click here.
Have a good and godly day! :-)


  1. Hey, how are ya'll?
    What has been keeping you busy here recently?
    Neat post! And the little chick in the picture is so cute!
    Tell Deborah I say Hi, and she'll be getting her letter any day now!
    Paige 💜

  2. Ashley,
    I thoroughly enjoyed your post, the verse you shared here, and your insights that you shared. This is quite interesting! And may I say your response to Professor Harding's comment is well state! How true.

    Blessings to you!

    1. Jazzmin,
      I'm so happy to hear you're enjoying the creation moments. :)
      I don't write these creation moments. I have permission to copy and use them on my blog. Once in a while I'll write my own, but when you see at the end of the creation moment, or a copyright, the credit goes to
      :) Thanks for taking the time to comment!
      Love in Christ,

    2. Hi Ashley,
      Thank you for your comment letting me know you had replied to my comment, as well as for replying! I should have been more observant about the citation. Nevertheless, I'm sure readers of your blog like myself are thankful to you for sharing them with us here! What a blessing to gain insight into the Lord's magnificent creation. I'm off to read your post for today.

      Have a wonderful day!


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