Devotional ~ God Saw That It Was Good

God separated the waters and dry land appeared. Can’t you just see it happening? I imagine that must have been an amazing sight to see. He separated it, He created dry land, and He saw that it was good. Now doesn’t that tell you something right there? God, our Creator, our Father, stopped and looked and saw that what He created was good.

If God stopped to see that what He created was good shouldn’t we take the time to see the amazing things that He creates every single day to share with us to enjoy? Think how much more amazing and awesome it will be when there is no more suffering, no more sin. Then think about the fact that while we are living in a fallen world, God creates beauty all around us to lift us up. Can you see just how much you are truly loved? God bless and have an awesome day! ā¤

Father, Open our eyes to see Your love surrounding us in the beauty that You create daily for us to see. May we always honor You and make the time to see and to enjoy what You so graciously share with us. In Jesus name amen.

Author: Marie

Love the Lord! Wife. Mother. Blessed beyond measure. "For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope." Jeremiah 29:11

2 thoughts on “Devotional ~ God Saw That It Was Good”

    1. Amen! You know I never really gave it much thought myself. I love me some Jesus and I’m always wanting to see things through His eyes, not that I always do, because that pesky human side tends to come out. šŸ˜… But I do try. My devotional talked about how our God redeems and renews all things. It asked why and the answer, because He called it good and loved it completely. So, if He can stop to check it out, then I can too. šŸŒø Blessings Manu! šŸ¤—

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