Seeing God through the eyes of creation

“There are things about God that people cannot see—his eternal power and all that makes him God. But since the beginning of the world, those things have been easy for people to understand. They are made clear in what God has made. So people have no excuse for the evil they do.”       Romans 1:20 ERV

There is a tiny molecule in the human body called laminin. It’s a cell adhesion molecule – literally the glue that holds all the other cells in our body together.

Maybe it doesn’t really sound exciting in written form so here is a textbook photo of laminin:

Think about it for a moment! The glue that holds the molecules of our bodies together is in the shape of a perfect cross! We carry around inside each cell in our body a micro-biological “photo” of our Father – our creator.

In the smallest molecules seen through microscopes to the largest star systems we can see through our Hubble telescopes, we can see the glory and magnificence of the creator of the universe. In the power of nature and in its beauty we see Him.

Even without the Bible, He is there around us and in us shouting out His love for us every day. We really have no excuse for not worshipping Him.

Father, open the eyes of my heart. I want to see  you more clearly! Amen


About Bonnie Winters

I am a Pastor's Wife, Mom, Grandmom, writer, and crafter who loves God with all my heart! Life has been an interesting Journey, so why not pull up a comfy chair, grab a cuppa your favorite beverage and let's just share awhile!
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