The more I look at nature, the more I see the fingerprints of God. The more time I spend in nature, the more God unveils His presence through the Holy Spirit showing how creation is beautiful and a perfectly designed biosphere that has been subject to falleness of sin.
Nature does not judge. It carries on in each season as it has done for many aeons and it is beautiful. I stood and watched a beech tree outside our … Continue reading Do not judge
A mangled tree all forlorn and dead, a snake creeping through the grass. Imagine a world with no sun, clouds every day and rain, such rain as the people who … Continue reading The snake, the trees and the river.
When you awake and you don’t know what the world will throw at you, You watch the sunrise and enter His rest, When the day finishes with turmoil and tension, … Continue reading Enter His Kingdom rest
Here we see the river Darwen carving its way through the valley of Hoghton Bottoms in the county of Lancashire. It is clear that this has at some point used a tremendous force to force its way through rock.
Sammy, the floppy-eared Rabbit. Once upon a time, there was a rabbit who was called Sammy. Now Sammy didn’t have any friends, because every time he tried to make friends, … Continue reading Sammy, the Floppy-Eared Rabbit
Even on some waste grassland, we can see some wonderful examples of fungus erupting with colour. God clearly shows beauty through these fungi and yet, I wasn’t looking for them. … Continue reading GOD is working through us