How did Life Originate? Why am I alive?
Dr. James J. S. Johnson
Life, as we know it (human, or horse, or hadrosaur) can only come from preexisting life. Life — whether human, animal, or anything else — is so complicated (just ask a few hemoglobin, nuclear DNA, mitochondrial DNA, and RNA molecules!), it cannot “invent itself” by random accidents, especially within a physical universe that is governed by the inescapable, ubiquitous law of entropy (a/k/a the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics).
In other words, due to universal entropy, luck plus infinite time never arrive at any form of “life” — see “Infinite Time Won’t Rescue Evolution: Biochemical Entropy Ink Won’t Stop Disintegrating!”, posted at http://www.icr.org/article/infinite-time-wont-rescue-evolution/ .
Nothing or no one less than God Himself could invent life, much less all of the forms of life that we see on planet Earth.
Thankfully, God has always existed, and He is the ultimate and infinite LIFE. So it is not hard for Him to create finite creatures, like us, who have life. Wow! Yet, for that life to be secured for an ever-blessed eternity, a choice to believe in Jesus as Savior must be timely made. That is the precious promise (and warning) God gave us in John 3:16.
What a good destiny: created and saved by the Lord Jesus Christ, for now and forever!
[Under the evangelistic preaching of Dr. Gilbert Williams, at a small Methodist church’s weekend revival meeting, in rural Maryland during November AD1967, as a boy, I happily believed in the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior, confirming my believing acceptance of God’s amazingly generous gift of redemption and forgiveness, as John 3:16 promises]