Remember God’s Great Works

Remember God’s Great Works Signs of spring abound, as frosty nights give way to warm spring breezes. The miracles of the renewal of the earth are all around: the snowdrops blooming, the tulip leaves emerging, the pussy willows swaying in the breeze, and the catkins swelling on the trees. The tributes to the Creator’s design and planning are everywhere. And yet, people are often willfully blind, unaware, or ignorant of the world around them. They fail to see the interconnectedness and interdependence of our biome, and they attribute its existence to mere happenstance, the product of blind chance. As they gain new-found knowledge and begin to apply it, they begin to think of themselves as the creators, instead of realizing they are only learners at best, utilizing information that is available to them and imitating their Creator. In their arrogance they flaunt their ability to design, plan and build, not realizing their kindergarten efforts cannot compare with the brilliance, beauty, and vision of the world’s great Architect. So we have God’s advice. Have perspective, understand the reality, and remember God’s great works.

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