Can You See Me Now? (Part 1)

In Genesis 1:31, God has finished all the work of creation.  Moses tells us that “God saw everything that he had made, and behold, it was very good.”  He saw the beautiful green grass and trees and said, “It is good.” He heard the sweet melodies of the birds singing and said “It is good.” He looked at the planets, the stars, and the sun and said, “It is good.”  He found pleasure and satisfaction in all creation, and He gave it as a gift for humanity.

His gift was not just for us to enjoy fishing, boating, skiing, climbing, swimming, sunning, camping, or any other of recreational activities.  He did not give us sites like the Grand Canyon, Mt. Everest, tropical islands, beautiful lakes, beaches, or any other part of nature just to behold its beauty.  He did give us all of creation to enjoy; however, the main reason for all of creation is found in Romans 1.19:20, “[19] For what can be known about God is plain to them, because God has shown it to them. [20] For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made” (ESV).  God gave us creation as a gift to reveal His power and divine nature that we would be drawn to Him and know Him.

Sometime today would you please stop and look up, look down, look all around at the creation of God around you.  Ask Him to open your eyes that you might see His invisible attributes revealed in creation.  Would you ask Him to let you know Him more deeply than ever before.  Ask Him to help you not let another day go by without seeing Him through His creation.

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