Daniel Bass Admin · September 23 at 1:50 PM Congratulations to Doug Gresenz as your photo has been selected for this week's KFWC Sunday Picture and Verse of the Week! Then God said, “Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals, and over all the creatures that move along the ground.” Genesis 1:26 NIV I definitely think Doug ruled over this fish in a way that we need and should desire for God to rule over our lives on a daily basis. Before we surrendered our lives to God most of us here we are all slimy, flailing all over the place, gnarling teeth, and biting at anything and everything that was put before our face. However God's love amd mercy for us is great because as this verse states, mankind was made in Their image! This verse raises the question of what it means to be made in God's image, or in His likeness. Without question, this statement does not mean that God created humans to resemble Him physically. Rather, this seems to support the idea that God endowed humans with a certain kind of awareness, one which animals and birds and fish were not given. In other words, humans would possess the capacity for reason, morality, language, personality, and purpose. In particular, the ability to use morality and spirituality are unique to human beings among God's creations on earth. Like God, we would possess the capacity to experience and understand love, truth, and beauty. Humans are made in God's image in another way: as a model, or a representative. God is the Maker, and all of creation belongs to Him. He is Lord over it. However, in the moment of creation, God gives mankind the responsibility to rule over all other life He has made on the earth. In that sense, humans would stand as God's image, God's representatives, on earth as we rule over and manage all the rest of His creation. (Excerpt from www.bibleref.com commentary) Thank you again Doug for sharing this picture with your KFWC Family. Please continue to share your life and fishing adventures with us all here at the KFWC Movement! Keep them pictures and stories coming! # JointheMovementKFWC
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