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The Wonders of Jehovah's Creations
Transcript of The Wonders of Jehovah's Creations
The Wonders of Jehovah's Creations
God proceeded to create the great sea monsters and every living soul that moves about, which the waters swarmed forth according to their kinds- Genesis 1:21
And God went on to say: “...let flying creatures fly over the earth upon the face of the expanse of the heavens.- Genesis 1:20
Wild beasts and Domestic animals
God proceeded to make the wild beast of the earth according to its kind and the domestic animal according to its kind and every moving animal of the ground according to its kind,” such work being good, as were all of God’s previous creative works.—
Genesis 1:24, 25.
Remarkable is the Bible’s insight into the history of mountains that matches up with the discovery of modern science : Compare this with the poetic language of the psalmist: “With a watery deep just like a garment you covered [the earth]. The waters were standing above the very mountains. Mountains proceeded to ascend, valley plains proceeded to descend—to the place that you have founded for them.”—Psalm 104:6, 8.
And God proceeded to create the man in his image, in God’s image he created him; male and female he created them. Further, God blessed them and God said to them: “Be fruitful and become many and fill the earth and subdue it, and have in subjection the fish of the sea and the flying creatures of the heavens and every living creature that is moving upon the earth.”
Bounty & Beauty from Jah
“In all languages, one of our earliest expressions is ‘let me see!’”—William White, Jr.
THE little child who stares at the fluttering butterfly, the elderly couple who gaze at a glorious sunset, the housewife who admires her display of roses—all are momentarily focusing their attention on beauty.
Since the beauty of God’s creation is everywhere, it isn’t necessary to travel hundreds of miles to behold it. Awe-inspiring scenery may be distant, but impressive art can be found in your neighborhood if you look for it and—more important—if you know how to look for it.
In God’s handiwork both big and small are beautiful, and our pleasure will be multiplied if we learn to see the details, which also combine pleasingly. They form miniature paintings that are scattered across nature’s large canvas. To appreciate them, all we need to do is stoop down and take a closer look.
Apart from the aesthetic pleasure it gives us, nature’s art—both large and small—can draw us closer to our Creator. “
Raise your eyes high up and see,” exhorted Jehovah. By stopping to see, to gaze, and to wonder, whether we fix our sights on the starry heavens or any other of God’s creations, we are reminded of the One “who has created these things.”—Isaiah 40:26.