By Joan Kelley
“People travel to wonder at the height of mountains, at the huge waves of the sea, at the long courses of rivers, at the circular motions of the stars and they pass by themselves with out wondering.” Augustine
What have you wondered at lately in God’s creation — a hawk sailing through the sky, a lily pad on the pond, the brilliant colors on the horizon at sunset, or, perhaps, the sound of the creek gurgling in your own backyard? All of these creations point us back to the master Creator.
But, I wonder, have you spent any time wondering in awe at God’s finest, most precious creation that He called “very good” — you?
What might you learn about Him by wondering about you?