Good Morning January 29

The sky is beautiful this morning. The sun is coming up in the east and lighting the clouds with a silver white light. The pale blue beyond the clouds holds an infinite depth of space with its many wonders. The Psalmist observed this millennia ago and wrote, “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands. Day after day they pour forth speech; night after night they display knowledge.”(19:1-2) The heavens have always held a deep interest for man, and until a few centuries ago, always helped us understand something of the glory of God as our creator. But in our effort to “demythologize” God’s truth, we’ve substituted the wisdom of man, unfortunately in many ways much inferior to that of the ancients. As you have the opportunity gaze into the heavens, beyond all of the space junk we have circling the earth, and meditate on the wonder of our Lord of all creation. It is this Lord who was willing to come and occupy our small spec of space debris called earth along with us. The God who created all that exists, is the same God who loves you and has given Himself for your life.