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God's Faithfulness

The heavens are telling the glory of God; they are a marvelous display of his craftsmanship. Day and night they keep on telling about God. Without a sound or word, silent in the skies, their message reaches out to all the world. The sun lives in the heavens where God placed it and moves out across the skies as radiant as a bridegroom going to his wedding, or as joyous as an athlete looking forward to a race. The sun crosses the heavens from end to end, and nothing can hide from its heat.

God's laws are perfect. They protect us, make us wise, and give us joy and light. God's laws are pure, eternal, just. Psalm 19:1-9 (TLB)


There's nothing quite like a sunrise. The beautiful rays of light bursting over the trees seem to call out, "Wake up! It's time to start the day!" Recently, beautiful snow blanketed the ground. It was amazing how quickly the sun melted it away, revealing the earth underneath and inviting deer to graze in Timothy's yard once again. Timothy Hale lives in Virginia.

Those warm rays of sunlight reminded him of God's faithfulness. Just as we know the sun will rise each day, we also know that God's grace will meet us wherever we are to melt away our despair and give us hope.

In the hurriedness of life, we can sometimes forget to stop and enjoy the majesty of creation. The way the world works is amazing! The words of the psalmist remind us that the purpose of creation is to give praise to the Creator. When we take a few moments to slow down and notice the beauty of creation around us, we can remember that God is always with us. And most of all, let's join with creation in praising God for the mercies that are new each day and for God's faithful love.


Prayer: O God, creation sings praises to you. May we live in your eternal light and bring glory to your name, in Jesus' name. Amen.




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