This morning the sun was shining, my background was full of the different colors of foliage, and the green of the grass was poking its way through the dried leaves. My thoughts were, “How beautiful and thank you Lord for who You are.” Why do I say this? It amazes me when I hear some people saying that God can’t possibly be real. I really don’t know where they come up with that. Open your eyes and watch nature all around you. Everything we see proves who God is and what He wants for us. Remember, He loves you and me unconditionally, and this is His promise to us. We can never do anything that would have Him turn away from us. When I see all nature around me and it’s perfect order, this is proof to me that God is real. “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—His eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse.”
The other proof for me are the beautiful sunsets and especially the ocean. How could anyone ever doubt that God is who He says He is? No sunset is ever the same, and no ocean wave comes into the beach the same way yet everything works in perfect harmony. When I hurt even to my very soul, the ocean is where I will find healing. I have spent hours on the beach under those beautiful sunsets just communing with God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. What better place than to sit in their presence and just talk with them! It is a wonder and it fills me with such joy. God’s unchangeable Word says, “Those who live at the end of the earth stand in awe of Your wonders. From where the sun rises to where it sets, You inspire shouts of joy.”
Dear friends, be in awe every moment of every day for who God is. You can count on His unconditional love. Raise your hands up high in the air to God, and accept His love and all the blessings He has for you.
Romans 1:20 (NIV)
Psalm 65:8 (NLT)
If you died today, are you absolutely certain that you would go to heaven? You can be! TRUST JESUS NOW
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