They say our world just happened ...
from a random explosion or something ...
and then randomly evolved from mutations ...
with stronger organisms clobbering weaker ones.
But look at the firefly.
Oxygen combines with three other substances in the cells of this tiny bug and produces a glow that turns it into a delightful little flash light.
But it's more complex than that: different species of fireflies have different "flash fingerprints" with carefully timed and numbered pulses and flying patterns.
But it gets better: There are only 2 places in the world where fireflies flash in unison in a "simultaneous bioluminescence" -- Southeast Asia and Tennessee. No one knows why. Nor does anyone know why fireflies don't live west of the Rocky Mountains.
I don't know why either, but I'm proud to say: “Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honour and power: for thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created.” Revelation 4:11 (KJV)
Source: 10 Fun Firefly Facts
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To read some other 1-minute devotions on the wonder of God's creation:
Or check out the beauty of God's creation in the pictorial post I did last year when we were on a