all I have seen

It’s hard work these days – with joints that flare and lungs that clog – to leave the comforts of home, so if you ask me why I’m compelled to push through the pain and hobble about with a camera, the short answer is this…

For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made.  Romans 1:20

God has graciously given us eyes to see his hand, proof and evidence of his power and greatness, and his faithfulness in all he has made…

…in the wildflowers that grow in sandy soil and swampy ditches

…in the grapes that ripen on tangled vines in the thickets

Patricia April daisy

Patricia April grapes

…in the male cardinal that tenderly cares for his female

…in the eagle mama who patiently, but faithfully watches her fledglings

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Patricia April Eagle

…in the green of new growth

…in the glory of painted buntings

…and in the rising and setting of the sun

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Patricia April Bunting

Patricia April sunset

And when I see how God springs beauty out of the pits, growth for new life, and fruit in the tangles…

All I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for All I have not seen. Ralph Waldo Emerson

all i have seen…

by PatriciaHunter time to read: 1 min