“The heavens are telling of the glory of God;
And the expanse [of heaven] is declaring the work of His hands.”
– Psalm 19: verse 1 Amplified Bible (AMP)
Little things God has done…
Incredibly vivid sunrises and sunsets – expansive paintings every morning, every evening… across the – free and masterful every day.
Desert flowers inexplicably vibrant in color, beautiful in the midst of arid landscapes.
Gentle aromas that please our senses: stirfried garlic and ginger, BBQing meat and onions with veggies, perfumes, roses and other flowers, the ground after a rain.
Calming sounds, like a ripling mountain meadow brook, aspen quaking in the breeze, ocean waves crashing on the beach, the bubbling waters of a spa.
Delightful Sounds of laughter, children playing in delight, the chirping of birds in the trees, mooing of cows in the field.
Vistas – be they incredible mountain peaks, desert landscapes, African savannahs breathing exotic life, ocean waves with sparkling beaches, forests tall and vibrant, jungles chuck full of sounds and fauna.
Botanical gardens teeming with unusual flowers, bushes, trees and grasses, brought to life by dedicated gardners.
Creative design is evident to the most casual observer. Don’t let fake science deceive you. What only God could have done – is plainly in your sight. God did it.
“The heavens declare the glory of God.” (KJV)
“The signposts of God are clear
and point out the right road.“ (MSG)
– Psalm 19
God created us. He did that. Whatever our life may look like – He can make us ready for the life to come.
God can change “our colors” – as easily as He has made all the animal colors. To vividly see the richness of God’s colors and designs, like how He creates a beautiful tapestry of our life, as He alone has done with the animal kingdom, click here: The best painter is definitely GOD. – Source: What God Wants
Psalm 19 The Message (MSG)
A David Psalm
1-2 God’s glory is on tour in the skies,
God-craft on exhibit across the horizon.
Madame Day holds classes every morning,
Professor Night lectures each evening.
3-4 Their words aren’t heard,
their voices aren’t recorded,
But their silence fills the earth:
unspoken truth is spoken everywhere.
4-5 God makes a huge dome
for the sun—a superdome!
The morning sun’s a new husband
leaping from his honeymoon bed,
The daybreaking sun an athlete
racing to the tape.
6 That’s how God’s Word vaults across the skies
from sunrise to sunset,
Melting ice, scorching deserts,
warming hearts to faith.
7-9 The revelation of God is whole
and pulls our lives together.
The signposts of God are clear
and point out the right road.
The life-maps of God are right,
showing the way to joy.
The directions of God are plain
and easy on the eyes.
God’s reputation is twenty-four-carat gold,
with a lifetime guarantee.
The decisions of God are accurate
down to the nth degree.
10 God’s Word is better than a diamond,
better than a diamond set between emeralds.
You’ll like it better than strawberries in spring,
better than red, ripe strawberries.
11-14 There’s more: God’s Word warns us of danger
and directs us to hidden treasure.
Otherwise how will we find our way?
Or know when we play the fool?
Clean the slate, God, so we can start the day fresh!
Keep me from stupid sins,
from thinking I can take over your work;
Then I can start this day sun-washed,
scrubbed clean of the grime of sin.
These are the words in my mouth;
these are what I chew on and pray.
Accept them when I place them
on the morning altar,
O God, my Altar-Rock,