|Graphic by Rebecca Brewer|
The logo above is for a series I'd like to work on. It's about appreciating the world around us that was created and designed by God. Look closer at this earth. We walk around daily not always noticing the fine details put into every moment and everything. A simple butterfly crossing your path, or the way the grass sways with the breeze. Referring to the above scripture we're told that the proof of his love and creation is in the very things we see. Take time in your day to sit back and enjoy the brief sunset, or watch the way the birds search for food in the morning. Enjoy this life and world we've been gifted.
There's a play of the meaning of the phrase also. The nature that belongs to God, His creation of this world and all the animals, plants and design he put into it. Imagine how differently God looks at this world and all things in it. His true love and admiration for the fish of the water and the animals hidden in the jungle. Look closely at a leaf and hold it up to the sun and see all the complex veins running through it. God designed the mountains that we climb, the trees that shade us and water to cool us.
Another meaning to take from this logo is the nature or personality of God. Take a look at the Giraffe and then try to tell me that God doesn't have a sense of humor! He devoted His love and hope into everything He designed back in the beginning and then he gave it to us to enjoy. Think of it has how a parents designs that perfect toy for their child and then watches with pure joy and happiness at how they play with it.
This blog won't have something posted daily for this series but I'll make sure to label each post with "God's Nature" and an easy way to be able to see all those posts is to use the column on the right side and click the Tag "God's Nature".
This series begins at a good time as my husband and I are soon to go up into the woods of Maine where in the past I've seen loons, beaver, owls and herons, just to name a few of the common wildlife. So keep an eye out for updates and hopefully you will enjoy this series as much as I plan on enjoying it! I'm not certain about what connection I'll be getting out there so it might not be until my return that the images will start showing up online.