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Precious Seed Volume 73, Issue 3, August 2018

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Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 15th October

CREATOR

Hebrews 1. 2, 10-12

Have you ever imagined what an angel might look like? Those that have seen them are awed at their majestic form and bright appearance. They cower before them as did John, who was even prepared to worship but was immediately told not to do so. What would ‘the heavenly host’ be like if just one is so terrifying? They are spirits and ministers of fire, constantly occupied with the service of the throne of God.

Ever gazed up into a clear night sky and thought, ‘Where does all this end?’ There are countless numbers of shining worlds that twinkle steadfastly back at us out in the blackness of space. So many unknown marvels of unending splendour occupy even just a single square centimetre of sky.

Ever gazed at a blazing sunset or a roaring sea swell that hammers into the cliffs or at the glories of fresh fallen snow that softens and whitens the earth like nothing else can? Have you stopped to feel the warmth of the sun on your face or caught the scent of blossoms on the spring breeze? These all should cause us at least to bless the Creator who breathed their vastness into being by His word and sustains them all by His power.

Yet of them God says, ‘they shall perish ... they all shall wax old as doth a garment; And as a vesture shalt thou fold them up, and they shall be changed’. The truth is that we cannot even begin to imagine or try to compare the glories of the Creator to that of His creation. There is little that helps us to grasp His eternity. He was there in the beginning. He didn’t begin then for He has no beginning! He remains. He is immoveable and unchangeable. The creation is none of these things. When it is all taken away He will still be, for He was, is and ever will be.

But as He made them all, they all bear the stamp of His hand. They all depend upon Him, are held in their courses by Him. He causes their seasons and orders their cycles.

Today, let us rest in the fact that as the Creator He will be faithful to His creation and, when the time comes to wind it up and bring in the new eternal one, He will do that in accord with His own plan and purpose. ‘Behold I make all things new’. Hallelujah!

 

Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 15th October

CREATOR

Hebrews 1. 2, 10-12

Have you ever imagined what an angel might look like? Those that have seen them are awed at their majestic form and bright appearance. They cower before them as did John, who was even prepared to worship but was immediately told not to do so. What would ‘the heavenly host’ be like if just one is so terrifying? They are spirits and ministers of fire, constantly occupied with the service of the throne of God.

Ever gazed up into a clear night sky and thought, ‘Where does all this end?’ There are countless numbers of shining worlds that twinkle steadfastly back at us out in the blackness of space. So many unknown marvels of unending splendour occupy even just a single square centimetre of sky.

Ever gazed at a blazing sunset or a roaring sea swell that hammers into the cliffs or at the glories of fresh fallen snow that softens and whitens the earth like nothing else can? Have you stopped to feel the warmth of the sun on your face or caught the scent of blossoms on the spring breeze? These all should cause us at least to bless the Creator who breathed their vastness into being by His word and sustains them all by His power.

Yet of them God says, ‘they shall perish ... they all shall wax old as doth a garment; And as a vesture shalt thou fold them up, and they shall be changed’. The truth is that we cannot even begin to imagine or try to compare the glories of the Creator to that of His creation. There is little that helps us to grasp His eternity. He was there in the beginning. He didn’t begin then for He has no beginning! He remains. He is immoveable and unchangeable. The creation is none of these things. When it is all taken away He will still be, for He was, is and ever will be.

But as He made them all, they all bear the stamp of His hand. They all depend upon Him, are held in their courses by Him. He causes their seasons and orders their cycles.

Today, let us rest in the fact that as the Creator He will be faithful to His creation and, when the time comes to wind it up and bring in the new eternal one, He will do that in accord with His own plan and purpose. ‘Behold I make all things new’. Hallelujah!

 

Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 15th October

CREATOR

Hebrews 1. 2, 10-12

Have you ever imagined what an angel might look like? Those that have seen them are awed at their majestic form and bright appearance. They cower before them as did John, who was even prepared to worship but was immediately told not to do so. What would ‘the heavenly host’ be like if just one is so terrifying? They are spirits and ministers of fire, constantly occupied with the service of the throne of God.

Ever gazed up into a clear night sky and thought, ‘Where does all this end?’ There are countless numbers of shining worlds that twinkle steadfastly back at us out in the blackness of space. So many unknown marvels of unending splendour occupy even just a single square centimetre of sky.

Ever gazed at a blazing sunset or a roaring sea swell that hammers into the cliffs or at the glories of fresh fallen snow that softens and whitens the earth like nothing else can? Have you stopped to feel the warmth of the sun on your face or caught the scent of blossoms on the spring breeze? These all should cause us at least to bless the Creator who breathed their vastness into being by His word and sustains them all by His power.

Yet of them God says, ‘they shall perish ... they all shall wax old as doth a garment; And as a vesture shalt thou fold them up, and they shall be changed’. The truth is that we cannot even begin to imagine or try to compare the glories of the Creator to that of His creation. There is little that helps us to grasp His eternity. He was there in the beginning. He didn’t begin then for He has no beginning! He remains. He is immoveable and unchangeable. The creation is none of these things. When it is all taken away He will still be, for He was, is and ever will be.

But as He made them all, they all bear the stamp of His hand. They all depend upon Him, are held in their courses by Him. He causes their seasons and orders their cycles.

Today, let us rest in the fact that as the Creator He will be faithful to His creation and, when the time comes to wind it up and bring in the new eternal one, He will do that in accord with His own plan and purpose. ‘Behold I make all things new’. Hallelujah!

 

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