Spring days fill with reminders anew each day.
There are a lot of new beginnings happening in nature.
God seems to be renewing the soil, plants and trees after a seemingly lifeless, harsh and long winter.
All the newness of budding trees, the gentle sound of buzzing bees . . .
flowers sprouting everywhere . . . . .
and all the mysterious activity on the ground . . . . .
even the kids are playing with the birds . . .
and some people running in the park is God’s way of telling us that all His creation is astonishing. The Bible says, “For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse . . .” (Romans 1:20)
The buds are already visible as flecks on the trees.
The daffodils, crocuses and forsythias are already out in full bloom.
Even the bluebells are radiant and glowing.
Man knows quite well, deep in his very being, that he could never create life . . . . .
. . . something as sunlight or soil, or make a plant grow or make a flower bloom, much less breathe life into a newborn baby.
When I venture out into God’s creation, I see the incredible artistry He created powerfully bursting into vibrant colours, fragile fragrance, and sounds lacking syllables.
It makes me think, if nature can do that, glorify God without doing anything but being, how can I, a creature made in His image, glorify Him?
Note: All photographs were taken using my iPhone while walking around Kensington Gardens yesterday. 🙂