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Have you ever just sat and thought what an amazing Creator we have? It’s astounding to learn about how objects and forms of life relate to each other, and how they were designed with purpose down to the very last detail.

A flower grows, nourished by the sun, rain and soil. It produces pollen which bees use for food and because the bees collect it from flower-to-flower, they leave pollen from one flower on another resulting in the creation of seeds. Seeds are transported by other animals, water and the wind, eventually growing into new flowers. The old flowers wilt, and return to the soil where new flowers grow.

In this instance, think about one element being taken away. If bees were eliminated, what would happen to the flowers?

This is the butterfly effect. A small change in initial conditions can lead to large-scale and unpredictable variation in the future state of the system.

The point in all this is to remind ourselves of how God created everything for a reason and has a much greater plan than we know, and this includes you and your life. He has a plan for you, yet at the same time, God also gave you free will to make decisions and changes that will affect your entire life.

Can you think back to a moment where you made a decision—good or bad—that altered your life completely? When we are faced with decisions, no matter how big or small they may be, we must make them after thinking about the consequences and results it may bring. More importantly, we must make them after taking it before God in prayer and ask for His wisdom and guidance!

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