As the family watched the sunset in the cool evening at Wells in Somerset, the colours gradually changed from the deep red to the subtle orange. The trees seemed to … Continue reading An act of love: Genesis 2:7 And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being.
A grand oak standing against the early morning light. I have said many times that trees fascinate me, but I do not worship them. Seeing beauty in nature doesn’t make … Continue reading Day 336 and the glory of the Lord shone around them
You would expect a painter to sign his painting. So why would people not expect a creator to sign his creation? This flower is beautiful, but it does not simple … Continue reading Day 304 That the hand of the Lord has done this
I was watching a fireworks display tonight. It was hard to catch all the colours in the short time. God on the other hand provides this type of display constantly … Continue reading Day 276 Their sound has gone out to all the earth, And their words to the ends of the world
As the sky faded tonight there seemed to be a subtle collection of colours in the sky. Very faint but still bright enough for me to observe. The camera though … Continue reading Day 252 Seeing good in a hate filled world
Having spent most of the evening trying to get people to perform hymns like music with expression, I also spent sometime today trying to convince people that God’s world is … Continue reading Day 246 It is good to give thanks to the Lord … With harmonious sound
Here is a bee. He has a purpose. He is doing his bit. He is collecting pollen for his hive. He is content with eating nectar. His job is pretty … Continue reading Day 221 “In the beginning (Time) God (force) created (action) the heavens (space) and the earth (matter).
Here we see common ragwort, or golden ragwort, or another name is St. James wort. It seems to be very common in our garden and is common in fields and … Continue reading Day 214 The leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations
In Wales, in Cwm Einion Valley, near Furnace, Machynlleth there is a lonely road that is barely drivable but leads to a wonderfully enclosed valley where no cars or tourists will … Continue reading Day 124 For I desired mercy and not sacrifice
Within a field there stands a tree, surrounded by a fence so tall. A sign reads private bars the way, As people say “don’t look at all” But I say … Continue reading Day 116 TO THE UNKNOWN GOD