Creation teaches us about God’s invisible qualities, that’s if we look at it as God’s creation!
On one hand, most often than not, we pass by each piece of work that the creator so carefully crafted, without even taking a second look!
On the other hand, People are craving for God and searching for Him (even if they don’t clearly know it). There is a great need for God in the world, a world that is filled with unbelief. For me, creation is a powerful tool of showing the world of how we can trust in this awesome, amazing God who created everything and is totally in control of everything!
We can see and touch creation, and this is the visible. How would it be then, if we can help lead people towards the invisible!
God has revealed Himself to me in multiple ways through His creation. When I look around me, the one absolute point is that surely it is a miracle, and this world is not an accident!
Recently, we made a trip to Malaybalay City, the provincial capital of Bukidnon Province, on the Mindanao Island in the Philippines. Situated in a charming rural environment at about 2034ft with mountains surrounding us, the climate was very relaxing, unspoiled, very welcoming!
Every step of our trip was a revelation and a blessing.
Our main objective, trekking into the thick jungles of Mt. Kitanglad Range Natural Park in Bukidnon, was to capture images of a lifetime – the 5-month-old Philippine Eagle “Pamarayeg III”! What was special too was that when we found her perched on an indigenous IGEM tree!
So the man gave names to all the livestock, the birds in the sky and all the wild animals.Genesis 2:20 (NIV)
Please visit my picture gallery to view all the pictures from this trip!
We can easily know at least some things about God by looking at creation. We should look at what is visible around us in nature, what God has made, and arrive at some obvious conclusions about what is not visible. Adding one and one together, we should understand from nature that God has eternal power and a divine nature.
Do you every ask “what kind of power would it take to make the world and all that is in it?” To be a creator would require “eternal power,” or endless and inexhaustible power. Such a Creator must be divine and not merely human. He must be God. Can we therefore, with confidence, look at creation and decide there must be a God who made it? Would we not agree that this is a God we must answer to on some level?
God gives every one of us enough knowledge that we should seek Him and those of us who respond by seeking God will always find Him.
Romans 1:20: For ever since the world was created, people have seen the earth and sky. Through everything God made, they can clearly see his invisible qualities--his eternal power and divine nature. So they have no excuse for not knowing God.
If you want to know more about God, please do not hesitate to drop me a message, happy to help!