Sunday, August 1, 2010

creation calls...

For ever since the world was created, people have seen the earth and sky.
Through everything God made, they can clearly see his invisible qualities...
his eternal power and divine nature.
So they have no excuse for not knowing God.
Romans 1:20 NIV

We had the privilege of visiting Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah yesterday...
and were blown away by God's amazing creation!

As we stood on the rim trail looking down on the scene pictured above...
we commented on the awesome landscape before us.

We got to chatting with a young couple from LA...
who wondered aloud how anyone could think that all this had happened by chance.

What an amazing Creator we have!

How could I say there is no God?
When all around creation calls!!


  1. Wow! Beautiful picture... beautiful thoughts! Great start to a Sunday morning!

  2. Exquisite! I often get that feeling when looking at the beauty of nature. We know that God put that tug in our hearts for this very know Him. Thank you for a great picture and for the thoughts behind it.

    Oh! I have a wonderful postcard on my fridge. Nan enjoyed it so much yesterday morning as she placed it against her flower vase and looked at it over and over. She may think that it was sent it to her. :D

  3. Beautiful and God's handiwork indeed..and another National Park we have on our list of those we hope to see one day! :)

  4. It is almost unbelievable!
    The only accidents in nature are man-made. That young couple had it right!

  5. And to think He created it all for us to enjoy. How amazing! I am sure this beauty must have been breathtaking because it is for me by simply looking at the picture. We just looked at this verse this morning in church. Thanks you for sharing.

  6. Wonderful picture! Thank you for bringing us along on this journey.

  7. Awesome! And Brian Doerksen's song is a perfect accompaniment.

  8. Beautiful post! I echo your thoughts.

  9. The creativity and power of our God cannot be denied! Praise be to Him! Thanks for sharing!


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