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Remember the beauty in your daily lives

 

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. [Gen. 1:1] As we read the creation story in Genesis, we are told of the creation of light, of water, and in verse 11, then God said, “Let the land produce vegetation; seed-bearing plants and trees on the land that bear fruit with seed in it, according to their various kinds.”

With this He created food for us and also beauty for the earth. How blessed we are. God created such a fantastic earth that we call home and He created the universe in a way that is completely beyond our thinking.

What is the most beautiful place that you have seen? Maybe you’ve traveled to that place or just may have seen pictures that inspired you? Have you been to the Mississippi River and enjoyed the beauty there? How about Hawaii’s Na Pali Coast on Kauai?

Are you taken with the wild flowers when they bloom? Have you seen the mountains in Colorado and enjoyed the beauty of the snow that had fallen or maybe you have been to the mountains of Switzerland or elsewhere?

And the beauty of the coast is unforgettable. The coastline is long and differs in state after state and country after country. Each one has beauty and we can enjoy the graciousness of our Lord and Master designer.

In Texas we can enjoy so many different views of our gracious Lord by visiting the Palo Duro Canyon, or maybe spending a weekend at the Big Bend National Park just taking in the beauty there.

The beauty of the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming will take your breath away and we can also enjoy the Caverns of Sonora here in Texas.

Maybe you have just traveled down a road or a street and were completely taken with the beauty of the flowers and the yard of someone that has dedicated themselves to growing God’s seeds.

As you visit La Vernia United Methodist Church, you will be blest with the beauty of the flower gardens there. Sharon Dulaney spends many hours working in the flowerbeds and her work is so enjoyable to all that see the gardens. Sharon’s goal can be found in Ecclesiastes 9:10, “Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might.” We give our thanks to our Heavenly Father for His creation and our applause to Sharon for using the seeds from God to make the grounds at the church so beautiful.

We want to also claim the following from our scriptures, “I am the True Vine and My Father is the Gardener.” (John 15:1)

Let’s remember to always thank our Heavenly Father for His gardening in our lives as He directs us and plants His beauty in our daily lives.

Praise the Gardener!

 
 
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