“The stars at night are big and bright . . “ They whirl through space in perfect order.
There are an estimated one hundred trillion atoms in a single human cell. Each one of those atoms is like a mini-solar system with one or more electrons orbiting around its “sun”.
The universe is, similarly, composed of a hundred trillion whirling systems. Think of the numbers! “If we could magnify the simplest hydrogen atom so that its nucleus (a proton) were the size of a basketball, then its lone electron would be found about 2 miles away. . .”
We see that planets are similarly distant from their suns, suns are similarly distant from other solar systems, and we begin to see The Power of God.
Catholics are blessed to understand! The hundred trillion atoms in The Perfect Ovum of Mary, and all the whirling electrons around them, are all in perfect alignment. So are the planets, suns, solar systems, and galaxies beyond.
Catholics are blessed to understand! The Immaculate Conception of Mary produced The Perfect Ovum of Mary. A hundred trillion perfect atoms reflected the Perfection Beyond!
No wonder others have a hard time understanding what Catholics are blessed to know!
The numbers involved are so staggeringly huge that we can get an inkling of them only by staring into the starry sky on a dark, clear night.
Catholics are driven to our knees by the Wonder of Mary, in which The Power of God is made manifest. Jesus is Perfection from Perfection from Perfection.
The Perfect Creator created One, Perfect cell, The Perfect Ovum of Mary!
From The Perfect Ovum of Mary, The High Point of All Creation, Jesus came into Being!
That’s all we need to know about space. What about time?
There were fourteen generations from Abraham to David, and fourteen more from David to the Babylonian Captivity. There were fourteen more between that and Jesus.
Similarly, there were fourteen generations from Jesus to “the thousand year reign” of The Catholic Church over Western Christendom after the fall of Rome. We nearing the end of the fourteen generations between the fragmenting of The Catholic Church by Martin Luther and today.
Best to be Catholic! Time is running out!