Food for thought: To boldly go.

Most of the ending was just babble to me.

I could relegate Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) to the had something worthwhile to explore, but does it mean anything bin?

But I did get the part about seeking the Creator…

but even that was a little puzzling. Because if we don’t naturally seek out the Creator, because our natures are not inclined, then who could relate?

I believe this is true when it says:

“There is no one righteous, not even one;
11     there is no one who understands;
    there is no one who seeks God.”

(Romans 3:10-11, NIV)

Is it more likely that the needy person, illuminated to his or her spiritual need, calls on the Lord in a moment, rather than in a determined search to find him? That the time turns ripe to receive from the Creator a gift when one calls on the Creator, the Lord?

That the Lord God is not as far away as we think…that we don’t have to labour and search for him, but is closer and nearer when we really call on him?

Although one is never looking for the Creator God, but finds God in a moment of calling on the Creator…

for, “Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.”

(Romans 10:13, NIV)

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