Creation is the Heathen Man’s Bible

The creation is the heathen man’s Bible, the ploughman’s primer, and the traveler’s perspective glass, through which he receives a representation of the infinite excellencies which are in God. The creation is a large volume, in which God’s works are bound up; and this volume has three great leaves in it, heaven, earth, and sea. . . The world is like a curious piece of tapestry, in which we may see the skill and wisdom of Him that made it. . . Every star in the sky, every bird that flies in the air, is a witness against the heathen. A creature could not make itself. “A Body of Divinity” pg. 116

To Create Requires Infinite Power

To create requires infinite power. All the world cannot make a fly. God’s power in creating is evident; because He needs no instruments to work with; He can work without tools; because He needs no matter to work upon; He creates matter, and then works upon it; and because He works without labor; “He spake, and it was done” (Psa. 33:9).  “A Body of Divinity” pg. 78