God Is in Nature

By   •   May 2

plant growing from ground

To look into a microscope is to see another universe so small that only the electronic microscope can even find it. For instance, it is revealed that one single snowflake in a snowstorm with millions of other snowflakes is the equivalent of twenty billion electrons. Scientists are learning that the miniature world of a single living cell is as astonishing as man himself. God says that we can learn a great deal about Him just by observing nature. Because He has spoken through His universe, all men are without excuse for not believing in Him. This is why the Psalmist said, “The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God” (Psalm 14:1).

Read more about how nature points to God.


Prayer for the day

The infinitesimal beauty of Your creation speaks to my heart of the certainty of Your presence, almighty and everlasting God.

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  1. Kate-Sarah says:


  2. lori says:

    I just want people to know there is a God and people should repent.

  3. Gary says:

    I like photography, and it lets you slow down and study God’s world. How wonderful!!

  4. odejide abiodun samson says:

    When I behold the things you do, I just can’t hold myself back. God of awesome wonder.

  5. Eddy Arnold says:

    These wonderful daily devotions are the perfect length. Not so long and wordy as some I’ve tried.
    The point is given without beating around the bush.

  6. Rosario Lewis says:

    How great great is our God. How awesome. How … just can’t put in words. Psalms 19:1 says just looking at sky shows God’s glory. Everything in rythym. Everything going on without our control. But man is spoiling it according to his benefit. We have to take care of this wonderful world and universe. God has given it to us. Go forth multiply and subdue. Glory to God. Amen

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  8. Joe says: