When we take a look around

What do we truly see?

Do we believe it’s all an accident

Or it’s created so beautifully?

It’s a question we should ponder

Since our decision has implications,

As to whether we can clearly see

With eternal ramifications.

The crystal clear sky so blue

Birds with wind beneath their wings;

The sun a miraculous fireball

The sweet sounds when a child sings.

The beauty of all animals

And their tender gentle touch;

The kindness of a human soul

When it loves very much.

The majesty of a forest

Birthed from tender little seeds;

The provision that we receive

When we cry from the heart for our needs.

The grandeur of the ocean

And the thunder of its waves;

The poignant message from a thunderstorm

That washes all debris away.

The splendour of a rainbow

With a message that is deep;

It’s when the sun comes out during the rain

And after trials much joy we reap.

The carpet of the earth is grass

And the clouds a cotton ball;

The harmony of the leaves in autumn

Creating beauty as they fall.

The brilliance of a waterfall

The precious sight of same;

As cascading waters mesmerize

With an imbedded wonder that remains.

The miraculous turn around of events

And the healing in our lives;

He’s responsible for every new birth

A fact that cannot be denied.

The butterfly that unfolds

From an unsightly cocoon;

The sign of Christ’s prophetic return

All so imminent and so soon.

Invisible attributes of the Father

So clearly and wonderfully seen;

His creative touch so majestic indeed

So pure and pristine.

“For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes 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

(C) P.B. 2020