Unless you have lived under a rock, you are aware of the eclipse that has people all riled up. Indeed, an 80 mile-ish path of pure delight, shadowing the U.S. from west to east in a diagonal/straight line.
Apart from the sensational attention given by people who would otherwise not care for such things, and since the chances of a single total eclipse are astronomical as it were, imagine seeing two, or three, or being aware of dozens in a lifetime; not your lifetime mind you, but the life and times of the earth.
Planning. Order. Design. Execution. Control. A scene above scenes that speaks to a well orchestrated hand, that mankind may behold one thing:
That the Lord, He is God.
Yes, the heavens declare the glory of God, and the Monday eclipse is quite a declaration. It is a big deal. In its swiftness it comes and goes, like a demure rainbow or a hailstorm. 3 minutes of atmospheric splendor, enough time to recognize that such a wondrous sight is not accidental, but long enough to understand the perfectly patterned sun and moon have listened to the Architect of both.
They have their courses, they have their purpose, and while I tire of hearing of ‘the path of totality,’ spoken by weather people and political talking heads, who could care less of a Creator, I for one, appreciate He who promised that the moon would persist in giving her light, until such time that her purpose is ended.
So in fact, the eclipse is a reminder that time will one day cease, and He who made all things, will once more make all things anew, where the moon will no longer be necessary.
True science always happily bows to God, and false science always perpetuates its own fraud and unprovable theories. The Maker of the sand, the camel, the whale, the oceans, the eagle, the air currents, the dew drop, the rain drop, the clouds, the sun, the moon, and all that is, does mankind a huge favor by presenting to us the impossible, if only for a few minutes, just enough time to have confirmed that the Lord, He is good, very good even.
And to those of you who will try to challenge the hand of God as seen in the eclipse, don’t bother. Without the Creator, there would be chaos, and not heavenly order. Mankind does not need God to engage in chaos, as we do that well enough on our own.