Each day, on my way home from the work, I encounter hundreds if not thousands of people but today, I must confess, somehow, I found myself staring. It was fascinating to see multitudes of people and yet each person so unique: their faces, voices, stature, styles of walking, pace of steps, even the sway of hands.
I believe in the wonder of creation, and I believe God’s majesty and eminence shines bright considering the architecture of his creation. Saint Paul put it so ‘By taking a long and thoughtful look at what God has created, people have always been able to see what their eyes as such can’t see: eternal power, for instance, and the mystery of his divine being (Romans 1:20)
Yes indeed, creation reveals the nature of its author. In Ecclesiastes 1:11, we read ‘all rivers flow into the sea but the sea is not full’. That is a something to ponder on. But today, I draw our a minds to the Majesty and the Mystery of the God, the Alpha-Omega, the architect of the Universe, its source and its sustainer.
We are surrounded by many mysteries in creation so that by reason of our senses, we might begin to perceive God’s divine nature and majesty which transcend the realm of senses.