Tuesday, September 26, 2006

The Sky is His Canvas


Oh, Lord, when I gaze upon the skies, a living tapestry of celestial hues and shapes, I see Your infinite beauty and acknowledge Your tender presence.






The Sun bids farewell to the day, a trail of radiance in its wake. As the astral brushstrokes grow dim I behold the awakening of the evening sentinels—Luna, Venus, Sirius, and a host of sparkling heaven-bound jewels.

Thank you, Father, for sketching a new masterpiece each night. Amen.

5 Comments:

At 9/26/2006 9:08 PM, Blogger patsy said...

i just stumbled onto you blog. really interesting. great photos. time as i see it is a man thing . eternity is God's thing. "existing without beginning or end." God is so great and his creations are so great that the human being can only catch a glimpse of his greatness.
we can not even begin to understand what is out there in space.we can not even understand about this earth and know how long it has been spinning in space. I am so small and my mind is so limited that I am humbled at the thought of God and his great works. The Bible say what is man and why are you mindful of him.

 
At 9/27/2006 1:20 PM, Blogger Olivier said...

Je viens de decouvrir ton blog et vraiment tes photos sont a coupes le souffle. Elles sont superbes et tu fais admirablement bien resortir les couleurs (et les differences) du ciel

 
At 9/27/2006 4:19 PM, Blogger Corey said...

Patsy: Thank you for your comment. It is quite amazing how God can be so big, and yet so personal and attentive to us all at the same time.

Olivier: I was able to loosely translate your comment. I am glad you enjoyed the photos. I wish I could say that I took them myself, but we don't have such views here in Ohio :)

Blessings to both of you!

 
At 9/28/2006 2:10 PM, Blogger Gerhard said...

Great pictures. I understand humanities need to establish specific scientific formulas and procedures. It is our way of establishing a norm, that the majority of people can accept. It quantifies our understanding. However, I see it as arrogance to believe that nothing can exist without scientific proof. As you have stated, we are so limited with our comprehension of the universe. How many theories have been overturned because a new set of data has been established, changing the entire formula? So it is true of the universe. We can say that to the best of our scientific knowledge this is what we believe to be true. Yet, leave the door open to other possibilities; or at least acknowledge the legitimacy of other perspectives and explanations, i.e. belief in a creator. There is as much evidence and speculation of this, as there is of anything else.

 
At 11/06/2006 6:58 AM, Blogger Lizard Princess said...

Hi! The sunset on the lake with foothills and trees is breathtaking! I set it as my desktop background on my computer- I hope you don't mind!
It reminds me of the place where I gave my life over to Christ- somewhere on the western Wyoming boarder at a remote campground.....
It brought back some wildly lovely memories- thank you!

 

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