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This Monday's verse is a well-known one, and, at least in my opinion, very thought-provoking.
When I consider your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars, which you have set in place, what is man that you are mindful of him, the son of man that you care for him? Psalm 8:3-4Looking forward to hearing your thoughts--link up below, and read others' ponderings. Mine are below.
I am often captivated and awed by the beauty of God's creation. There is nothing man-made that is as beautiful as what the Lord has made. No artist can create a canvas as beautiful as a sunrise or a sunset.
The lovely colors and design of a forest or jungle, a field of wildflowers, or the cloud formations against the blue sky can take my breath away. And don't even mention the beauty of a cloudless night, staring into scores of stars, planets, and other heavenly bodies.
God is an incredible artist and creator. Yet, no matter how gorgeous and awe-inspiring these aspects of nature are, to the Lord, they are second to another of his creations.
Psalm 8:6-8)--all these same amazing things we are looking at with awe.
Yes, we are all sinners. Without Christ, we can never be worthy of God's attention. Yet, His love for us is infinite, and to Him, we are His most precious creation.
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