When I have free time (every few weeks or so), I like to wander around WordPress looking for other people who recognize the same Creator God we worship. First I ran into one post to share on facebook, and then another, until I realized I’d be sharing one an hour til midnight! So, here’s a post with all of them:
Short, delightful posts:
Hiding in Plain Sight! at His Creation is a picture puzzle. Even Big Sky Ken didn’t know what his photo had captured until he printed it.
You can learn about how The Ostrich shows us some of what God is like at God’s Wonderful Works.
Want to be blown away with how God can even find you in such a huge and complex universe? Check out How big is the universe? by Paper Gifts for Estefany and follow the “fun stuff” link. Awesome, and humbling. Our God can keep all that straight and still love each of us!
Follow His Light runs with the same idea using a telescope (or borrowing Hubble’s photos) to help us focus on how Creation Speaks about who God is.
Jacob Howard at Already Answered has written about bird Evolution from dinosaurs in Taking Wing. I’m going to link to this on my Common Ancestors post, but didn’t want those who’d already read it to miss out.
Wycliffe has a great post on encouraging kids to develop their Christian faith. It also mentions AWANA, which is an organization I benefited from as well: Kids Helping Kids.
Twirling Girl has beautifully expressed one of my favorite ways to view creation: helping me to know God as The Artist. All you relationship oriented people will enjoy this one!
Julia Roller isn’t writing about the beginning, but has a great story of how the principle of the First Fruits is living out in her family at Practicing Families. God’s creation is a blessing to us and can bless others as we share what we couldn’t have done by ourselves.
i-Challenge You has a not-too-long post on “Let the waters abound…” There are times where it does seem incredible that anyone can avoid recognizing God when His wonders are all around us.
Jeanette Thoughts tie right into that idea in Who Created What? It’s a perfect way to wrap up a delightful time focusing on our Creator who loves each of us more than anyone else ever could.
Let all the earth fear the LORD: let all the inhabitants of the world stand in awe of him.