Wednesday, January 4, 2017

An Example Of Designed Protection?

Did you know that there are two wide belts of debris, called the Oort Cloud and the Kuiper Belt, that protects our solar system, as it travels, through the Milky Way Galaxy?

Unlike other known solar systems, throughout the universe, we have these two uniquely tremendously wide rings of planetary and comet debris, revolving around our solar system. The Oort Cloud and Kuiper Belt create shock waves, called Bow Shocks, which diverts the majority... of harmful cosmic rays and disrupt the paths, of large debris, around our solar system.

If debris makes it pass the Bow Shock, it has to contend independently, with the Oort Cloud and Kuiper Belt debris fields. That is why we have very infrequent large visitors, to our cozy little neighborhood. Most large asteroids and comets have to be traveling, in a perpendicular path, to make it to us. With our solar system traveling 828,000 km/hr, it would be like hitting a fast baseball, with a paper airplane, in a wind storm.

With all that said, isn't it very "COINCIDENTAL", that our solar system, is the only one, known to have this unique protection. It's almost like it was designed, for us.

...and that's what you'll find, When You Search For The Truth.


  1. Hi Keith,
    How wonderful is our Father and Creator to protect His creation in this way. 'For God so loved the world'. Thank you for sharing this. Happy new year to you and your family.

  2. Hi Brenda,It's just another piece of evidence, that points to our God. Happy New Year to you and yours. May God Bless and Keep You and Everyone Safe and Secure, In His Loving Arms.

  3. He is the only One Who has that ability, and He does that through His One mediator Whom He has made our Lord - Y'shua, whom many call Jesus. (Same Saviour eh?) Hallelujah!

  4. I agree!!! A rose, by any other name, is still a rose. I emphasize Y'shua, because I believe that, using his true name, will help us develop a closer relationship. In Samarian/Hebrew, his true name is Yahehyehshua, which is shorted to Y'shua. Broken down, it is Yah(God), Ehyeh (I AM) Shua (Salvation). I wouldn't be surprise, when we go home, that we find out that the Father's name is not pronounced YHWH (YAHWEH), but YahEhyeh. We'll find out. Bottom line, whether we call him Y'shua, Jesus, etc, he knows our heart. Praise God!

  5. I love learning more about the Hebrew language Keith, and I believe that what you are sharing is a blessing to believers. The reason I use the name Jesus in my blogs and on my leaflets is because many people in the streets and in denominational groups call Him by that name. It reminds me of the scripture that says 'when I am with a Jew I become as a Jew in order to win him for Christ'. Absolutely - a rose, by any other name, is still a rose.

  6. Excellent Point and Scripture!