Monday, July 14, 2014

No Excuses

For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities-his eternal power and divine nature-have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse. NIV.

     Everything god created in the beginning of time was good. By his creations we can see his eternal power and divine nature. I live in the country where you hear many sounds and see many animals. From beautiful deers to possums, squirrels, raccoons, and skunks! Birds singing there special tunes and bull frogs blurting out rivet rivet. Whiperwills and owls singing there melody in the night. All these were created by God.

     A few years ago I became fascinated by humming birds. They are so tiny and their wings flutter ninety to nothing! They are so cute! One day I told my husband isn't it amazing how God created the hummingbirds! There tiny wings, feet, tail, and all their tiny internal parts. There lungs, heart and all. There are many different kinds of hummingbirds too, just like all of Gods creations. 

     So what is my point? Well Gods creations prove that he is real! Creation is living proof that there is a god of the universe who loves us. Look at all he has created for us to enjoy and above all he has created you and I in his image. So quess what? If you do not know God you are without excuse because Gods creations magnify his eternal power and divine nature.

     If you do not know or have not received Gods only begotten son, Jesus as your Savior let me encourage you today to do so. Today is the day of salvation. Do not wait as time is short. God loves you! Say this prayer andJesus will come into your heart today and all things in your life will become new. Lord Jesus I believe you are the son of God and I am a sinner needing forgiveness. Please forgive me of my sins and come live in my heart. Take my life Lord and do something with it. Amen!

This devotion was written from the heart of Pat James. You may send comments to ptrc_maher @yahoo.com






     

     

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