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  • Juliette K.


Hranice Abyss, in the Czech Republic, is the deepest underwater cave known to man. Its observable depth reaches a staggering 1,350 feet. Starnawski, a polish explorer, has been diving into Hranice for twenty years and still can not find the bottom. Experts are questioning the limit to its unsearchable boundaries.

When I was a child, I thought as soon as I became an adult, life would be easier because I would not make mistakes and the awkwardness of developing my character would be far behind me. The book Education states, “He who with a sincere and teachable spirit studies God's word, seeking to comprehend its truths, will be brought in touch with its Author; and, except by his own choice, there is no limit to the possibilities of his development.” Sorry, seven-year-old me, you were wrong. But E.G. White’s statement begs the question, “Without God, when do most people stop developing and why? Most people, at a certain point in their lives, begin to feel comfortable in our habits, ideas, and routines. The amount we can divert from them waxes smaller and smaller. God never intended us to stagnate; however, iniquity has dulled our mental capabilities. The Word of God was designed to be clear for all ages to read and understand; instead, many blunder through its pages without comprehension. Unfortunately, we have become so degenerate in thought researchers claim goldfish have a longer attention span than the average human.

God offers us limitless opportunities to grow and learn. If we desire to ardently study God's word, He promises us limitless development. He yearns for us to aim higher intellectually, spiritually, mentality and physically. As Hranice Abyss continues to dumbfound scientists, we may also marvel at God's boundless standard for us.


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