In Plain Sight

 

“Because what is known about God is plain to them, since God has made it plain to them. 20 For ever since the creation of the universe His invisible qualities — both His eternal power and His divine nature — have been clearly seen, because they can be understood from what He has made. Therefore, they have no excuse.” (Romans 1:19-20 CJB)

Everything God creates is good.  It is excellent and beautiful.  This earth, after He finished with it was incredibly beautiful.  There are even some places left that are untouched by man’s hands that show His Handiwork today.  They are incredibly beautiful.  In America, we have Yosemite and Yellowstone National Parks that are breathtakingly beautiful.  Untouched by man’s greedy hands.  Walking in a place like that shows an intelligence behind it all if you really stop to ponder it.  Looking into a powerful telescope and seeing with the naked eye the vastness of space you can see the raw power of God out there.

Yet so many people steadfastly refuse to acknowledge His Presence or His Handiwork.  They walk along the beach oblivious to the waters that only go so far because of His Word spoken over it.  They look at the moon and stars without realizing that they were set in their places eons ago and still remain there.  Life goes on here without a thought that the earth rotates like clockwork in it’s orbit around the sun.  Like a train on a railroad track, the Earth has followed it’s orbit around and around and around.

God is not hiding up in some faraway place.  He is clearly seen in the beauty of His creation.  Getting out into nature is the best way to encounter the Creator of the Universe.  Take a walk on the beach early in the morning or walk in the woods or sit on the river bank and listen to nature.  If you listen closely, You will find Him right where you are.

Don’t know Him?

Meet Jesus Here…

Blessings everyone…

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