For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse. (Romans 1:20)
Today we will focus on how the Discipline of Creation can support our efforts to minister to a world in need. In my view, the world is increasingly oblivious to divine wonder. In the general public, there is certainly still a sense of amazement in the areas of entertainment and technology; and nature has been getting a lot more focus because of climate related concerns about the environment. However, the awe that should be evident from observing God’s power in creation is very hard to find.
We who often sing “How great thou art” have a responsibility to introduce the creator to His creation. As a starter, we should ensure that we take the time to observe God’s work in “awesome wonder”. The Bible clearly teaches that nature is one the vehicles through which God reveals himself.
Please prayerfully read the passage above and consider the question below.
What do you consider to be best practices in seeing God in creation?