Wednesday, May 30, 2012

If you were God, what would you collect?

If you were God, what would you collect? What would you treasure in your portfolio?

Some people collect stamps or coins. Others collect dolls or teddy bears. Others collect antique cars or baseball cards.

God says, “Here are my treasures. Earth. Everything in it – plants, animals, minerals. All who live on earth – people from every tribe, language, people group, nation. I made them all. They’re all mine. I possess all things.”

That’s what it says about God in Psalm 24:1, “The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it.”

You and I might lay claim to a postage size plot of ground and everything piled up on it. But God owns it. The bank might try to hold the title deed. But the Bible says God owns the property, the deed, and the people that work at the bank. He is Creator and Possessor of All.

There is only one who stands out as one worthy of our worship . . .

○ The God of the Bible who created the earth and everything in it.

○ The God who possesses all things.

○ The God who owns the earth . . . and he’s not listing it for sale.


  1. There is just one God and noon can measure up to what he is and what he can do. So it completely useless to think if you become a God because no one can.

  2. Yeah.. You are right we have nothing which is ours even we ourselves are nothing. God has made everything to us and the nature. He made these things for mankind and expected us to worship him only. But we have forgot all this that nothing is ours and we have to leave this world one day.