I often get asked what I consider my favorite Creation Museum exhibit to be. So I start mentioning my favorite exhibits—and end up listing all the exhibits! But really, there is one exhibit that to me stands out above all the rest—and it is one of the smallest exhibits. It is this one that is in the side of the chapel near the Last Adam Theater (where the gospel is very clearly presented in a video):
I have seen people standing in front of this exhibit with tears running down their face. When I have spoken to them, they have told me things like, “this exhibit challenges us in regard to what legacy we are leaving our children.” Yes, this Creation Museum exhibit is a legacy of a father and mother who taught their children to stand uncompromisingly and boldly on the authority of the Word of God. It is a reminder of the spiritual legacy passed on from parents to children—and to the next generation and so on.
In Proverbs we read, “A good man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children” (Proverbs 13:22 NKJV). This is a reminder that the most important legacy to leave is a spiritual legacy—it has eternal, priceless value.
I praise the Lord for a Dad and Mum who passed on such a spiritual legacy to me and my brothers and sisters—we are now passing this on to our children and they to their children. The reason I was reminded of this was because last night I spoke to a group of people who came to the special “Date Night” held at the Creation Museum. I spoke on marriage and love and the importance of passing on a spiritual legacy.
In TennesseeToday I am in Johnson City, Tennessee, to speak in two churches and at a public venue as Dr. Jason Lisle and I bring an AiG conference and other speaking engagements to the area. You can find out details from the AiG website (www.answersingenesis.org). Look on the left under “Ken’s Events” and you will see the three links for the three major events I will be speaking at.
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