Charles Spurgeon on God and Creation

Posted by Tony Konvalin | Labels: , , | Posted On Tuesday, September 13, 2016 at 5:30 AM

“ALL God’s works praise him whether they be magnificent or minute, they all discover the wisdom, the power and the benevolence of their Creator. “All thy works praise thee, O God.” But there are some of his more majestic works which sing the song of praise louder than others. There are some of his doings, upon which there seems to be graven in larger letters than usual the name of God. Such are the lofty mountains, which worship God with uncovered heads both night and day, such are the rolling seas, too mighty to be managed by man, but held in check by God, and such, especially, are the thunders and the lightnings. The lightnings are the glances of the eyes of God, and the thunders are the utterings of his voice.”

Charles Spurgeon

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