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Sunday, September 23, 2012


Psalm 19:1

" The heavens declare of glory of God; the skies proclaim the works of his hands." NIV

"The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork." KJV

When we step outside on a clear night, we can look up into the sky and see the vast and countless stars that fill the sky. If we focus on just one star, we begin to see many more around it and far beyond it in the distance. God tells us in His Word that the stars cannot be counted. They go on and on into the heavens and beyond to eternity. It is the same when we look at the bright blue sky on a clear day. We cannot see the end of it, past the sun and beyond. This is what God spoke into existence for us. These magnificent creations were formed by His almighty hands. Those who refuse to believe God have no excuse. His glory is plainly declared merely by looking upward.

Heavenly Father, how glorious and majestic You are that You would put the sky and the stars in place and hold them there by Your Word and Your almighty hands. We praise You for the magnificence of our universe and pray that unbelievers would acknowledge that You are the Creator God who loves them and sent His Son to die for their sins. We pray in Jesus' name, Amen.


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Bobbi Craigmyle, Psy.D., BCPCC

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V said...

An amazing God we serve! When I look up at the stars I will remember your post.

Pamela said...

The Indiana sky was beautiful today--certainly declared the glory of God. I stopped and thanked God for it.


V, isn't it unfathomable to think our God make all that, and is bigger than that?

Pamela,your comments reminds to that I need to stop more often and thank the Lord for His marvelous creation.

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