This is a great reminder: “the parts of the body that seem to be weaker are indispensable.” (1 Cor 12:22).
Job makes some bold claims to his friends about his own righteousness. When God addresses Job, He offers a short lesson on creation science to convict Job of his own minuscule stature and lack of understanding. In so doing, God approves and demonstrates the study of creation as a means to know Him more.
You may have noticed one or two posts about a flood in the news recently. Floods are one of Creation’s many awesome testaments to God’s might and wrath!
As His workmanship, God has set aside each of us to fulfill His divine purposes. Among the good works that He has prepared for us to participate in during our days here on Earth, is the gathering together of His Harvest.
Like us when we're facing “storms,” in our lives, the disciples probably weren't remembering the presence of Jesus in their midst. Instead, they were overwhelmed with anxiety.
While passing through Athens, the Apostle Paul spent some time sharing insight about the One True God with a local group of well-educated philosophers. Modern Christians can learn from Paul’s example.
We know from Scripture that all of the most beautiful things were created by God (John 1:3) and that they praise Him jubilantly (Psalm 96:11-12). --- is it any wonder that Flowers always strive to point their petals at the warmth of the sun? Oh that we worked so hard to point our hearts at the Son!