See the Glory of God

To read the Bible in a year, read Psalms 19-21.
David wrote a poem as a psalm, which is a hymn of praise. He wrote the words and gave them to the chief musician, who put music to the words (Psalm 19:0). The Holy Spirit did not preserve the music, but he did preserve the words. And what magnificent words the Spirit delivered to us!
As a shepherd, David spent plenty of nights outside and he did what I do, he looked at the heavens and he saw more than blackness with white dots or a blue with a fireball on it, but to him he saw a canvas on which the Creator had painted. Therefore, David sang,
The heavens declare the glory of God;
And the firmament shows His handiwork.
Day unto day utters speech,
And night unto night reveals knowledge.
(Psalms 19:1, 2)
If you never look at the heavens, please do, because you will agree with David. The heavens are grand, but the Creator of what we see has to be greater yet! Look at the heavens and feel small, but then feel wonderful, knowing that the One who made the immense heavens, knows you, loves you, and has saved you.

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