Good Morning March 13

I was fascinated this morning looking out of our bedroom window just before sunrise. A really bright star was in the southeastern sky. Looking it up on the internet, it seems that it was the planet Saturn. Saturn is the 6th planet in our solar system, and is about 800 million miles from earth. Here I am in my bedroom looking out at an object 800 million miles away. It seem incredible, but we know that that is only a small distance compared to the universe beyond our solar system. And God made it all! He knows every object in the visible universe, and all that is beyond it, of which we have no concept. We are told further that our God knows each of us to the depth of our hearts, and loves us with an everlasting love. With each week of this Lenten season we are assured again that our Lord God has done everything necessary for our redemption and life with Him. What can one say when looking at such an object in the morning sky? “Oh, the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are His judgments and unfathomable His ways!”(Romans 11:33) And then bow humbly in worship.