Busy to consider creation.

We are often too busy to consider the amazing creation in which we live. See Psa. 111:2–6 for why God’s marvelous works should be studied. When we ponder the clouds, the stars, the birds, the trees, the flowers, the animals, the vast array of foods, the marvels of the human body, etc., all in light of God’s creative hand, audible praise is not enough to express the incredible greatness of our God. We instead bow our heads and remain still in worshipful adoration of this Creator who gave us life and redeemed us by His blood.

Job 37:14 “Listen to this, O Job; Stand still and consider the wondrous works of God.

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3 Responses to Busy to consider creation.

  1. Alternatively, clouds, stars, burds, trees, etc. are wonderful in themselves. Better to marvel at these things that actually do exist than to use them as a pretext for pious pretensions.

  2. Birds. …although burds might be even more interesting. I would consider an argument from burd.

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