‘For since the creation of the world, God’s invisible qualities – his eternal power and divine nature- have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that human beings are without excuse’. (Romans 1:20) God ordained creation, in his perfect love, to sustain life and relationship,
In the last of these reflections on nature and Biblical plants, we are looking at two aspects that some people find disturbing. The first of these is actually one of my favourites, and that is the thunder storm. There is nothing that we can experience here at home that demonstrates
Hosea and Gomer, Amiens Cathedral Therefore, behold, I will allure her, will bring her into the wilderness, and speak comfort to her. I will give her her vineyards from there, and the Valley of Achor as a door of hope. (Hosea 2:14-15) And I will bring you into the wilderness
‘Voiceless it cries, wingless flutters, toothless bites, mouthless mutters.’ What is it? Fans of The Hobbit will know the answer straight away: wind. Sometimes we bless it, and sometimes we pray that it will go away, but always we are in awe of this fearful and wonderful aspect of nature that
Rather than giving in to that sinking feeling when we look out of the window in the morning and see the garden or the street covered in puddles, why not take a moment to praise God for His blessing, which the Bible often expresses in terms of rainfall. Admittedly, Israel’s
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