Sunday – Poetry
Reading – Psalms 40-42
“O Lord my God, you have performed many wonders for us. Your plans for us are too numerous to list. You have no equal. If I tried to recite all your wonderful deeds, I would never come to the end of them.”
Psalms 40:5 NLT
This is the second to last Psalm in Book 1 of Psalms. Even after all these psalms, David does not run out of things to say about God.
I’ve read through the Bible many times. Nearly every day I notice something I missed before. And that’s just what’s written down.
We see the fingerprints of God all over creation.
From the mighty mountains to the intricate DNA of an ant, God’s handiwork is masterful.
My dad used to be an atheist. He told me later in his life that studying some of the intricate details of nature finally convinced him that there was a creator behind creation. There was no other possibility.
The only way to come to the conclusion that there is no God is by refusing to concede the possibility of God when studying the world around us.
When looking at the artwork that is the Earth and the universe, it is obvious that there is an artist who created it.
What work of God amazes you the most?
What do you look at and revel in its beauty?