Declaring Glory

Psalm 19:1, “The heavens are telling of the glory of God; And their expanse is declaring the work of His hands.”

King David of the Old Testament wrote this Psalm to sing the praises of the works and words of God. He recognized the reality of God because he witnessed the overwhelming evidence everywhere every day.

No doubt, for David the star-blanketed night skies heralded God’s presence. God’s artistry displayed in the burnt oranges, vibrant reds, soft pinks and smudged purples of sunrises and sunsets announced the beginning and ending of each day’s duties. The dark blues and smoky grays of storm clouds presented His power and the howling wind, pounding rain, brilliant lightning and crashes of thunder sounded His strength. The changing of seasons pronounced Him as the God of order and consistency and the green earth revealed His provision. Open plains and vast seas spoke of His infinite existence while tall mountains mirrored His stately majesty and solid assurances.

Nature serves up tremendous and truthful testimony to God’s magnificence and might. What about you? Will your voice and actions offer evidence of God to those you encounter today?

Declaring God’s Divinity all Day, PJ
COPYRIGHT ©2013 PJ Gover

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