Saturday, March 10

Moon Landing For God

Remember when Dos ran on a 4.77mhz Processor and 128kB of memory and 2 Floppy Disks.

I can also remember when Windows 95 ran on a 60mhz processor, 48mb memory and 8mb video card.... Now you need at least 1GHZ processor and 1gig memory and a 64mb video card....

Just remember we went to the moon with a computer with these specs here...

The lunar mission used a command module computer designed at MIT and built by Raytheon, which paved the way to "fly by wire" aircraft.
The so-called Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) used a real time operating system, which enabled astronauts to enter simple commands by typing in pairs of nouns and verbs, to control the spacecraft. It was more basic than the electronics in modern toasters that have computer controlled stop/start/defrost buttons. It had approximately 64Kbyte of memory and operated at 0.043MHz.

So tell me-- If we went to the moon with a computer like that, then why is it so hard for the people of the world to follow God's plan? As a believer we know that God has a program for us and that is all covered in the Bible. When we are on our computers we tend to save our pictures, words, and thoughts. We should know that in life in order to be saved we must believe in Jesus who will save us in the end.

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