Every object of creation, including man, has a use or value. It is
only man, however, who is ever searching for the reason for his
creation. This is because
here on earth, only man has that capacity for reason and rationality.
What should man realize about his existence?
What is the reason why he is alive here on earth?
In the following verses, this is
Try to realize
what this means--the Lord is God! He made us--we are his people, the
sheep of his pasture. (Psalms 100:3, LVB)
The same verse in another version
of the Bible:
Acknowledge that the Lord is God! He made us, and we
We are his people, the sheep of his pasture. (Psalms
"I am the Lord,
your savior; I am the one who created you. I am the Lord, the
Creator of all things. I alone stretch out the heavens; when I made
the earth, no one helped me."
(Isaiah 44:24, TEV)
"The Lord created
the heavens -- He is the one who is God!
He formed and made the earth -- He made it firm and lasting. He
did not make it a desolate waste, but a place where people to live.
It is He who says, "I am the Lord and there is no other god". (Isaiah
Man must realize and acknowledge:
Man must also realize:
- that we are one of God's
that God created us and we are not a product of
evolution as what many people believe it to be.
that we did
not evolve from a single cell or organism or from a
previous simpler substances by gradual successive
accumulation of fortuitous mutations after millions or
billions of years, which
basically purport that man came about by accident, by
chance -- and that there is no evidence of intelligent
We know that all other earthly creatures are given to man (Gen. 1:19-26
& Gen. 9:2) as purposed by God, but to whom does man belong?
In Christ, God
chose us before the world began. He wanted us to be holy and
spotless before Him in love. (Ephesians 1:4, IEB)
Man, according to the sublime
purpose of God, has been chosen by God for Himself, "God
chose us before the world began". Thus , the Creator
has a purpose in creating man. It is He
alone who conceived the grand design man's existence.