Awe: The Power and Glory of Nature (A glimpse of God)

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John Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth, said “To look out at this kind of creation out here and not believe in God is to me impossible.”  His statement mirrors the words of Psalm 19: 1, “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.” 

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I have compiled a small “bucket list” of natural experiences which are awe inspiring. I have not managed to see/experience them all. How about you?

  • Seen a sunrise √
  • Seen a sunset √
  • Seen the ocean √
  • Seen a mountain √
  • Seen a rainbow √
  • Seen a double rainbow √
  • Seen the world from a mountain top √
  • Experienced a lightening storm √
  • Experienced a typhoon or hurricane √
  • Been at sea √
  • Experienced a storm at sea √
  • Witnessed a birth √
  • Seen a volcano √
  • Witnessed a volcanic eruption
  • Seen a geyser
  • Experienced an eclipse √
  • Seen a comet √
  • Experienced an earthquake √
  • Seen a waterfall √
  • Seen a great waterfall (Niagara or similar) √
  • Seen the Grand Canyon
  • Been to a rainforest √
  • Been in a desert √
  • Been to a glacier
  • Been in a cave or cavern  √

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The wonder and awe of creation is tremendous.  The wonder and awe of the Creator is beyond measure.

I hope to finish my list someday, but what I hope for even more is the day when I come into contact directly with the Supernatural Creator of it all.

Padre

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