Consider God’s Wonders

Job 37 10

Job was instructed to stop and consider God’s wonders. Have you taken time to do the same? There is something beautiful about seeing snow blanket the Earth. It is so pure, so lovely. It reminds one of a virgin bride waiting to be wed to her groom. It calls to mind the promise that Jesus washes us white as snow and cleanses us from all sin. Anything crimson placed upon the snow reflects the blood sacrifice Jesus made on our behalf.

It is truly amazing to watch the four seasons in all their splendor. God’s creation reminds us of His wrath and great love for us. All of creation cries out to God, and everything under the sun happens at His command. If He knows when even a sparrow falls, then how much more does He care about you? Take a moment the next time you step outside and thank God for the beauty that surrounds you! Stand still and praise God for keeping everything in perfect harmony and for watching over His people.

Job 37:1-18

37 “At this my heart pounds
and leaps from its place.
2 Listen! Listen to the roar of his voice,
to the rumbling that comes from his mouth.
3 He unleashes his lightning beneath the whole heaven
and sends it to the ends of the earth.
4 After that comes the sound of his roar;
he thunders with his majestic voice.
When his voice resounds,
he holds nothing back.
5 God’s voice thunders in marvelous ways;
he does great things beyond our understanding.
6 He says to the snow, ‘Fall on the earth,’
and to the rain shower, ‘Be a mighty downpour.’
7 So that everyone he has made may know his work,
he stops all people from their labor.[a]
8 The animals take cover;
they remain in their dens.
9 The tempest comes out from its chamber,
the cold from the driving winds.
10 The breath of God produces ice,
and the broad waters become frozen.
11 He loads the clouds with moisture;
he scatters his lightning through them.
12 At his direction they swirl around
over the face of the whole earth
to do whatever he commands them.
13 He brings the clouds to punish people,
or to water his earth and show his love.
14 “Listen to this, Job;
stop and consider God’s wonders.
15 Do you know how God controls the clouds
and makes his lightning flash?
16 Do you know how the clouds hang poised,
those wonders of him who has perfect knowledge?
17 You who swelter in your clothes
when the land lies hushed under the south wind,
18 can you join him in spreading out the skies,
hard as a mirror of cast bronze?

Lord of All Creation:

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7 Responses to Consider God’s Wonders

  1. ptl2010 says:

    Beautiful scenery and photography Christina. Praise God you are back!

    • Thank you so much! I feel blessed to share God’s beauty in photos with scriptures. He has truly put this calling upon my heart! I really appreciate you giving me a little break while I was dealing with so many headaches and morning sickness. It feels so good to be in my second trimester now. While I dwell on the miracle within me, I cannot help but dwell upon the God of All Creation!

  2. But God sure delivers gems each day to marvel our hearts and minds. Wonderful message my sister!

  3. People Empowerment Project says:

    Whether it was when I walked along the Rhode Island shoreline at about 4 AM back in the seventies, or on New Year’s Eve with my bride-to-be ten years later, on the New London shoreline, or twenty years later, little more that a mile north of Unicoi Gap on the Appalachian Trail, in north Georgia, the message has been the same. His ways are not our ways. His thoughts are not our thoughts, and thankfully, He transcends all of what we hold dear, unless it’s encompassed in the love that only He can endorse.

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