There is a universe out there that we can partially see. The stars twinkle, the comets stream by, the planets orbit, the sun shines, and all of it is a work of God.
Psalm 8:3 – 5, 9
When I consider your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars, which you have set in place, what is mankind that you are mindful of them, human beings that you care for them? You have made them a little lower than the angels and crowned them with glory and honor. Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth.
Selah. (Stop and think about it.)
Humans have always been fascinated by space. Some people devote their entire careers studying it. NASA spends billions of dollars just to get out into it. In all of these years, we have learned a lot, but nothing near the amount of information that is really out there. There is so much more that we just don’t know, and God made it ALL! Wow.
I think that as we take time to look at space, either through our own eyes at night or through a telescope, we see the workmanship of God. How beautiful and majestic it is. It gives continual verse to poets and songwriters, and lots of stories of adventure and aliens.
God, who made the universe and the earth, loves you. Not only that, but He wants to have a relationship with you, He wants to take care of you, and he wants you to be His friend. God is big and loving and wonderful.
The next time you have a bit of time, take a selah while looking at space, and see where God is in it. There are a lot of deep thoughts for you and I guarantee it will bring you closer to Him. Have fun…our spacey God is wonderful!