Today I would like to say that God is glorified in so much that we see all around us in nature. I do not worship nature, I worship God. I do enjoy nature very much, though. Moments when you have to stop and catch your breath. I appreciate His glory when I see images like the photo added here. I was working and after delivering food to the customer saw this image and had to take it. I look forward to the new camera because I will be able to take different aspects of the same image. A different image in depth of field or a telephoto shot will make different statements, I’m sure.
In sharing today, it is the simplicity of the glory of God. No matter what, nature shows off God’s brilliance in moments captured like these. His creativity is more than we can embrace in our finite minds. Moments like these remind me that there is the one true God, the great I Am, the Creator.
I like the fact that tree seems to be reaching to the sky, like we should be. I like the contrast of the sun setting and the image of the tree amidst the golden hues of the sun. The tree is parallel to another line in the sky seemingly reaching further into the heavens. There is a light in the distance. God is always our light, near and far. Jesus is nearer than a brother and the light is in us by His Holy Spirit. In capturing this image, I capture a part of my heart when it comes to my God, my Lord and Savior Christ Jesus and the Holy Spirit.
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Today is a beautiful day. I too look around and see the brilliance of our Creator who is the creator of nature and all things. For this reason, when I see His creation, I see Him. Thanks for sharing this post as a reminder we are to admire his creation.
Beautiful Sandra. I too love the beauty and splendor of God’s creation.
“God is always our light, near and far. Jesus is nearer than a brother and the light is in us by His Holy Spirit.” Very well said. Amen.
“The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament shows forth His handiwork” (Ps. 19:1). We don’t have to look far to see the hand of God. Beautiful post!
I love it.