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If you were to measure the width of your face, including ears, it would probably be within 12 inches.

Okay, now measure vertically from the top of your head, including hair, if any, to the bottom of your chinney chin chin. About 12 - 15 inches, right?


Alright, in this 12 X 15 inch frame is basically our recognizable self. We take pictures for identification, driving, our sweeties, etc. and  means of recognizing each other is found in this "frame of reference".

When`s the last time you saw an identical twin? I mean identically identical.

 Some people may look alike, very much alike, in fact, but they are not totally identical.


So, my point, for thousands of years, billions of people have been born in this world, from all the different areas, and NO TWO OF THEM ARE IDENTICAL IN THAT 12 X 15 INCH FRAME OF SPACE.

Is that a miracle of God, or what? Mention that to your unbelieving friends to think about.


And don`t get me started on fingerprints and snowflakes.................


Grace and Peace.

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Comment by sandra v villamero on December 2, 2011 at 6:05pm

WHAT a discussion we have here...All i know is that GOD created me beautifully in and intellectually in HIS own Image and likeness.

Comment by Richard L. Broch, Sr. on July 13, 2011 at 9:50pm

Hello John,


Very impressive.

It seems as we get further into the end times, more and more facts of science, history, and nature, etc. are being revealed about the power and wisdom of Almighty God.


You`d think........ that unbelievers (duh) would pick up on these things.


Grace and Peace.

Comment by John Rogers on July 11, 2011 at 9:55pm

Hi Richard, Here is more proof that God puts his unique design stamp on everything as proof that he is the Master of Creation and not universal chance. The proof of some form of intelligent design was well known by the great minds of science, but it has been pushed under the rug in my opinion.


Albert Einstein Quote ------ "God does not shoot dice with the universe"


What are fibonacci numbers?
In the "fibonacci sequence," referenced by Kepler, each number is the sum of the two proceeding numbers (1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21...). Therefore, the sequence can be called a "self-developing" series.
Interestingly, dividing two adjacent fibonacci number (8/5 or 21/13, for example) by each other produces increasingly precise approximation of the "Divine Proportion,"

Scientists, beginning with Leonardo da Vinci, observed that the displacement of leaves around a stem occurs in patterns defined by the fibonacci series.
This phenomenon is known as "philotaxis."
In the case of roses an angle that is congruent to 360 degrees by the Divine Proportion (137.5 degrees) separates the petals from each other.
In other plants the number of leaves measured around a screw-type displacement between one leaf and the leaf directly above it, and the number of rows separating the two are both fibonacci numbers.
The same phenomenon occurs in pinecones and the hearts of sunflowers.



God Bless You.

Comment by Richard L. Broch, Sr. on July 11, 2011 at 9:04pm

Hi John,


No, I didn`t know that.

Thanks for filling us in. Exactly, the stuff they don`t teach in school.


Grace and Peace.

Comment by John Rogers on July 11, 2011 at 5:41pm

Hi Richard, I like the way you think. As I am sure you probably already know, the entire human body is a template that continuously unfolds by a strict mathematical principle known as the "divine proportion" by Luca Pacioli, "the section" by Plato, the "Godlike Proportion" by Christopher Clavius, and the "Divine Section" by Johannes Kepler. It is commonly known as "phi" and is identified as 1.618 ---- If you are not aware of this, then Goggle some of this information and see the genius, beauty, and perfection of the mathematics of God. The stuff they won't teach in school.


-----God is the creator and his engineering stamp is upon us and in us. We are not creatures of habit, we are creatures of design.


"Man, know thyself in true proportion" ------ The Oracle of Delphi

"order, symmetry, and precision" ------- Aristotle


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