Does God really see colors? Does he see the little black child or the white boy playing on the slide? Does God look down and see things just black and white, no colors? Or does he look down and see a massive colored world in which he created?
IT is widely said that God is color blind but if he were then why is the sky blue? The grass green? Or the sun yellow? Why is the dirt brown? Why are humans red, brown, yellow, black and white? Can God really be color blind if the world is filled of colors?
God looked down from Heaven and said, "It is Good," He saw the colors and called them good. His creation is good.
I don't believe God is color blind because I look out side and see white snow in the winter, green grass in the summer, red flowers in the spring and yellow leafs in the fall. I know I was made in his image. I know he loves all creation. He must love to look down and see so much color, not just black and white.
Does God really see colors? Yes, I think he does. I think he gets joy when he sees the many colors he created from his throne in Heaven, way up in the blue sky,and a cross the black space.
I remember my pastor, Reverend Doug Taylor say, "People are like m&m's. All different on the outside but the same on the inside," God holds us his little m&m's, in the palm of his hands. Loving each of us because we are in color.
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