Creation Sings God’s Glory

“For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the LORD’s glory, as the water covers the sea.” Habakkuk 2:14 CSB

God’s creation sings of His glory! The wind rushes softly through the leaves and the small waves rhythmically lap the shore.

Come and join me on a walk through God’s amazing creation. As we journey, let’s discover how creation sings His glory. I walk some every day (I have two dogs who insist) and always take my phone or my digital camera to snap whatever catches my eye, whatever sings of God’s glory. These are some of my favorites, enjoy.

On the third day of creation God created the seas and dry land and all types of vegetation.

Blackberry blooms sing the promise of blackberries and new Rhododendron leaves shout out to summer.

Wildflowers carry the melody, the toadstools burst into glorious song after a rain shower and the ferns serenade you to come and sit in the cool shade.

On the fifth day God created sea creatures and birds and on the sixth day God created land animals.

The doe is in tune as she munches sweet clover, the blue heron trilling as trout swim by, and a box turtle whispering quietly from his shell. He was a little camera shy.

Two of my favorite created creatures, a joyful barking duet as they jump into the pond to cool off on a hot summer day.

A young Eastern Red-spotted Newt surprises us on a well used path, his spots and black rings are just beginning to sing of God’s glorious design. This snail must be in the marching band, he eats and then stretches out his body and pulls his shell forward, over and over. A spider web in a large mountain laurel, catching the sunlight and crooning to the bugs to come closer.

This week invite a friend or family member and take your own creation walk. What do you find that “sings” of God’s glory? Enjoy and praise our God for his amazing creation.

I thank God for each of you! And I thank you for joining me this week as I share my small part of creation with you and encourage you to explore your own.

Blessings and singing the glory of God as one of His wonderful creations!


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