Monday, September 6, 2010


Have you ever taken a walk outside or cycled, jogged, hiked or simply looked at nature through a picture window and wondered how our Elohim made all theses things? Have you ever stopped and looked carefully at the flowers of the field or the green grass & trees with the sky blue canvass and simply marvel at the rich and beautiful colors and how they match. Have you wondered at the birds that take their flight in the sky's above and what it would be like to fly as a bird and what kind of vantage point you'd have. Have you ever taken in the sweet scent of the freshness of the morning; after the shower of rain and noticed how happy and refreshed everything looks.  Have you ever viewed these things and thought about How YHWH has adapted all nature to coexist in harmony? Yes I admit that we now see through a glass darkly and that sin has marred the wonderful creation; but for us to have such beauty surrounding us down here in the end of days is amazing. It kind of makes one wonder what it must have been like at the beginning.

This post is called A Quite Place In Nature because; set among the places of natural beauty we may find Elohim speaking to us through it. The heavens declare His glory and the creatures of His hand all wait upon Him. Isn't that a beautiful picture? We all wait upon Him and are dependent upon Him for all things.

Nature is full of lessons of YHWH'S love and kindness to us. I say this not because it is what is nice to say but because from a child I've always loved the outdoors and nature. At night I would sleep outside and awake at 3 or 4 in the morning and see the majesty of the night sky with the stars overhead. It speaks volumes of the infinite power of our Elohim.

It is in settings like these that I find most conducive to meditation and prayer. My thoughts seem to turn more from the artificial and stresses of life to the natural pace of nature itself as I watch a bird fly or the butterflies play happily in the fields or the fish swim in the sea.

YHWH has blessed me to be surround with lots of beautiful scenes of nature; and I try to take every advantage of them to commune with Him there.

Thank you Abba for all your wonderful truly speaks of your love and kindness to us. We are not worthy of such goodness and love; but we thank you for Yahshua who is worthy; and we accept your offer of acceptance in Him.

For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether [they be] thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him: And he is before all things, and by him all things consist. (Col. 1:16,17) {Selah}

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