Sunday, February 13, 2011

Creatures of Nature

Redwood Trees
Volcanoes are amazing creatures of nature. They are formed from the dust of the earth to expel the hottest substances known to man. Creatures of geology, they fascinate scientists and laymen alike. The most famous, extinct, volcanic crater is the Diamond Head, located in Honolulu, Hawaii. An unquestionable, landmark it takes a breathtaking landscape and makes it extreme in it's beauty...marry it to the ocean of Honolulu and you have the perfect marriage of land and water.

Undoubtedly, the Redwood Trees are creatures of nature in divinity for infinity. They speak of a majestic God. Confident in His ability to create, unafraid to demonstrate the in the simplest fashion the power of his thoughts.

Old Faithful
Perfectly named, Old Faithful is a nature creature. A cone geyser in Yellowstone National Park of Wyoming that spews thermal water filled with complexity of minerals and dissolved gases. It has fascinated the minds of mathematicians and scientists. A gift to these groups of people from a God who tantalizes the mind with a glimpse of His profound wisdom.

We stand in awe of these creatures, alive with the glory of the Lord. If I should be blessed to witness these creatures in their presence, I should stand in quiet humility in respect of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and remember the limitless strength of his character. If these creatures of nature in perfection, might and glory exist in sight, then His love for all in the gift of His Son, Jesus of Nazareth must exist in faith.

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