O LORD, how manifold are your works!
In wisdom have you made them all;
the earth is full of your creatures.
Here is the sea, great and wide,
which teems with creatures innumerable,
living things both small and great.
~ Psalm 104:24-25 ESV
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We were discussing some of Gods creatures this week, bugs. They are amazing and purposeful – how marvelous are His works!
Yes! His works are marvelous indeed. My husband would love your comment. He’s a biologist and spends a lot of time gazing at God’s masterpieces through a microscope. 🙂
wow… beautiful picture.
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Oh, wow! Jennifer that is an incredible photo! It’s beautiful! Love those verses. I’m finding I like more and more verses in the ESV. Blessings to you!
Thanks, Lynn. I’ve been enjoying the ESV, too. For years I read NASB, and I find myself seeing with new eyes simply because the language is fresh.
Lovely. I watch them at our local aquarium and am always amazed. I’ve seen them in some oceans and bays. Even though they aren’t a safe “friend”, they are very pretty. However, not as pretty as what you shared. And the Scripture is so true.
Good post for all of us.
Thanks, Joanne! They’re mesmerizing, aren’t they? Such beautiful examples of God’s handiwork.
God is so creative! You’ve tapped into that here so perfectly.
Thank you for taking the time to locate this delicious picture of jellyfish. These creatures certainly show the vast creativity of our Father God.
I pray that this Scripture will bless you doubly, and wonderfully, today. How we need the constant reminders of the awesomeness of our Lord.
Thanks, kingfisher. I took this photograph at the Vancouver aquarium a couple of years ago. Watching them swim is like watching a ballet. I love how God’s creativity reaches to the ends of the universe — beauty that exists to bring Him pleasure and glory though no human eye may ever behold it.
Blessings to you, too.
So beautiful! I live close to the ocean, and lt’s one of the places that I see the depths of His majesty most reflected.
Wow!! That this photo is awesome! He is such a wonderful artist its incrediable His creations that he shares!!! Thanks for sharing!!
As a landlocked big city girl, I appreciate seeing things I don’t get to in my daily life — the remind me of the vastness of creation! Thanks,
I’ve always loved science and National Geographics specials that take us places we can’t ordinarily go…especially under water…and I think it’s because of the intricate beauty and orderliness that’s uncovered…that reveals the truth that only a powerful Creator could be responsible.
Lovely photo, Jeanne. I know you must be very busy these days…your home and life filled with the gifts of family. Precious, precious days. xo
Magnificent photo. It brings this scripture to life.
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