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Creation Devotional December 19 - Geology

Daily Devotional – December 19



Where did the Great Salt Lake get its salt? Why is it not a fresh water lake? The Dead Sea, Aral Sea, and Caspian Sea are also dried up ocean water lakes. Evolutionists believe that the waters are from oceans that were trapped; creationists agree. Salty waters were caught in basins as the Genesis floodwaters rushed off the land.


After Noah’s Flood, the Ice Age began. About a thousand years later, the Ice Age ended bringing on dramatic, worldwide climate change. Lakes dried leaving dry basins. Lake Bonneville (Utah) has ancient shorelines that can be seen 1,000 feet above the basin in the surrounding mountains. Salt lakes, dry lake basins, and elevated shorelines testify to one worldcovering flood, the Flood of Noah’s day.


Doth a fountain send forth at the same place sweet water and bitter?

~ James 3:11


Source: "Pearls in Paradise" by authors Bruce Malone and Jule Von Vett

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