Suddenly I see

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Suddenly I See

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Much as I like K T Tunstall’s song, which as I write this is playing in my mind, it has nothing to do with my post. It did however prompt me to write it. I have been doing a lot of walking about locally recently which I hope to keep up and on one of those walks on Saturday morning the song was going through my mind. Then suddenly I did see. When I became a Christian way back in 1989 everything was new to me regarding the faith and I had much learning to do. This post is more to do with Creation than anything else though. Anyway as I was walking about I did what I usually do which is to look at other folk’s gardens and their plants. It never ceases to amaze me how much variety there is in the plant kingdom. One of my favourite routes takes me along a road called Rotten Row which I have mentioned many times in my posts, even recently. At this time of year the flowerbeds along the length of the road are filled with many varieties of flowering plants as well as trees and non-flowering shrubs. The colours are wonderful, pink, red, purple, yellow, white, orange and everything in between are a feast for the eyes. I wish I could have many of the plants growing in my garden but the variety is too great, I could never fit them all in. Having said that we do have quite a variety growing at home even so. It all got me thinking about Creation and how it all came about. As I believe in God I believe Creation is by His hand and my thoughts became overwhelmed in awe of it all. Suddenly I could see as I had never seen before how great God’s handiwork really is. I cannot give credence to the idea that it is all due to evolution for there are too many varieties of everything in Creation. In the Book of Revelation it talks about a new heaven and a new earth. Imagine what they will be like when this earth is already filled with such beautiful things. Just open your eyes and see the beauty that surrounds you everywhere you go. It is a forerunner of better things to come but untainted and unspoiled by mankind. Look at the work of God’s hands and suddenly you may see too.

Shirley Anne

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