Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Genesis 1:3

Genesis 1:3: Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light.

Everything that I can see in the natural world is as a result of “light” and my God simply spoke the command and this “light” appeared. There were no negotiations involved. There was no indication of difficulty or barriers that had to be overcome. He simply talked “light” into existence. The immensity of that kind of power often escapes us unless we focus on it intentionally. We can best capture it the next time we find ourselves delighting in some beautiful landscape like the Grand Canyon, or a field of poppies swaying in the sunlit wind. Or as we watch a beautiful animal run in the meadow or a hummingbird dartfrom flower to flower. It is then we need to stop and reflect on the God that not only created all of the objects of our visual delight but also the very milieu by which we can see them – light itself.

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