To Glorify God… pictures of nature and glory

“For in him all things were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things have been created through him and for him.”  Colossians 1:16

The view from our farm

A few weeks ago I wrote about how the boys and I were learning that our purpose on earth, like that of all creation, is to glorify God.  If you missed that post, and you’re a person who appreciates words, you can check it out here.

This time I’m going to try to keep the words to a minimum, and if you know me well, you know that’s HARD!  Instead, I’m going to use this post to showcase God’s glory through pictures of his amazing creation.  (But I might have to add just a few words along the way.) 

Imagine the joy that these smiling faces must bring to their Creator!

The birds of the air… fed by the hand of the Father… 

And even lizards have their charm!

A few more animals add their voices to the song…

and finally, nature itself sings God’s praise!

frost

 

  

3 thoughts on “To Glorify God… pictures of nature and glory

  1. Rachel, these pic’s are beautiful and all the senses come alive. Some I could only experience there. Like a wide eyed child gazing on those glorious white capped mountains and everything I could capture in the moment. So very grateful for that! For you all and getting to experience God more!! I love your blog, Rachel. Thanks for sharing with us! You’re a beautiful blessing!🌸

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    1. Thanks, Marilyn. I’m glad you enjoyed the pictures and I’m sure they brought back memories of your time here.

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