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.
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
On such a dreary, rain drenched day I remember this tree that was leaning over into the slow meandering river and seemed to be drinking from the waters. These weeping … Continue reading Day 324 Seek Good and not evil
Are we forgetting our roots? So often our children remind us of who we are meant to be and how we should act. They do this without thinking and as … Continue reading Day 250 Have I not commanded you? Be strong and of good courage; do not be afraid, nor be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go
fallen logs, grand trees and the house. There are logs at the bottom of this picture. These were once great trees and they have been chopped down, and left for … Continue reading Day 241 Do you not know that we shall judge angels? Through God crafting us!
A great tree stands in the sunset and a small tree underneath. How often God utilises the small insignificant people for great tasks. Jesus was not born into a life … Continue reading Day 135 All the trees of the field will recognise that I, God, made the great tree small and the small tree great.
Two trees stand, one looking away from the other as if in argument. No, I am not suggesting trees are human in any stretch of the imagination, but they seem … Continue reading Day 78 Are the trees in the field human?