God doesn’t seem to mind secrets. He keeps them. He works with them for our good and beyond our understanding. Sometimes He is even more eager to share than we are to hear.


The Secret of Our Making
David has reflected out loud on one of God’s biggest secrets: “My frame was not hidden from you when I was made in the secret place, when I was woven together in the depths of the earth” (Ps. 139:15). David’s making, as with yours and mine, and just as surely with every bird or bee, fish or tree, is a secret of God’s doing. Sure, human eyes and electron microscopes have peered into the secrets of womb and embryo, molecule and atom, and such deep places of the earth. And sure, there are accessible explanations of what transpires between eggs and sperm, or even without any such cooperation, through parthenogenesis.

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