To study nature is to study God.

God created the universe. God created the planet Earth. God created the animals upon this planet. God created humans. Now I am one that does not follow the thinking of creationist. To me that limits God. Too many times humans limit God.
There will be those that say the plagues that the Egyptians suffered was due to a nature disaster. I will say since God created the earth He can control the earth and so made the natural disaster in the first place.
God created all the animals upon the earth and so how they behave is due to His plan. Therefore, when you look at a pride of lions, a herd of elephants and a flock of geese flying in a “V” formation you are looking at God.
The universe is too vast to state that by random chance life formed upon this planet. It is also too vast to state that this is the only planet in the universe to have life.
We are promised upon the return of Christ upon the earth that we will receive an eternal body. Why would you need an eternal body if it were meant to stay solely here upon this planet? It is this very reason that as you look upon nature you will see the hand of God. The mere diversity and complexity of each life form be it a planet or an animal speaks of a divine purpose.
Many animals have gone extinct mostly due to humans. The Moa, the Dodo, and yes even the so-called mythical dragon were killed off by man, known as a Behemoth in the book of Job within the Bible. Trolls of myth could have been Neanderthals, and yet they were still killed off by man as well.
All cultures speak of the flood, even the Aztecs and Maya in murals upon the walls of their pyramids, and yet there are those that deny God is real. If you were to truly watch a hummingbird fly, you could never make such an assumption. For God is so great that He thought of even the most basic things as the very atoms that compose everything within a universe that is so vast it is immeasurable.

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