In this book, I want to acknowledge Him as the One who creates all that we see
and do — the One True God, He who sits on the most high throne, in heavenly
places. Throughout this book, I use the term "He" to refer to Our Creator of all that
Each one of us is special and was appointed to be at the place and time we are in the history of the world. Each living person was brought into this world purposefully by our Creator. There truly are no "accidents." We are here because our Creator orders us to be here in this world right now, right where we are. I have come to realize that there is more to our Creator than any of us can comprehend. He is wider than the widest ocean, taller than the tallest mountain, deeper than the deepest sea. He is bigger than the earth. The earth is His footstool (Isaiah 66:1). Our Creator loves variety. That is why there are so many shades and types of people, flowers, stars, animals, birds, experiences, colors, days, numbers, fish, creatures of the sea, planets, and so on and on. Yes, our Creator loves variety, which is why He creates the world as a flower garden of people, each one different, each one with a unique purpose to serve in the garden. Each flower has a special purpose in a little garden to provide beauty, fullness, order, scent, and so on. My encounter with our Creator inspires amazement and awe. ...the changing seasons...the beauty of a sunny day, snowy, rainy, and cloudy day...the fact the sun never sets though we see night. On a return flight from Kenya in 2007, I was seated where I could see through the windows on either side of the plane. I marveled at how outside one window I could see night falling while outside the other window the sun was shining brightly. How awesome to be in a position to see the sun setting on one side of the globe and rising on the other. What an amazing experience!
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-09-15 - Publisher: Fremont Press
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