Comfort From Above

Moon and Venus

I caught this shot the other night of Venus and the moon and it reminded me not only of the celestial glory God provides for our entertainment, but of the many ways He leaves big flashing dots for us to connect.

Luke 1:37 tell us, “For no word from God will ever fail”.   Of course not.  He gave us light, separated day from night, made days, years and calendars  and created signs in the sky to help us navigate and mark the different seasons.

Those signs, among many other things,  all point to Him and His unyielding, uncompromising and never-ending love for us.  Sometimes all we need to do is look up to be reminded of this.

And so He made the stars also…..


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11 Responses to Comfort From Above

  1. a wonderful comfort Tricia!! Thank you for the reminder!

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  2. ColorStorm says:

    I gotta learn to do that more trish, short and sweet with deference to the only God. Well done.

    Imagine the infinite power of God to inspire words to describe His creation, and if were Shakespeare, Frost, /Keats, etc describing the same event, there would be a flattery of adjectives; not necessarily a bad thing, (I do it all the time) but the demure, first grade wording of His majesty, which goes to the heart of inspiration.

    There are no other 5 words collected to say so much in so little with such striking elegance, power, and matter-of-factness, which reveals what an awesome God we serve.

    ‘He made the stars also.’ Oh by the way, He made the stars also…….if this does not arrest immediate attention to wordsmiths everywhere ,and the average joe, or the college professor, nothing will. It’s great to point it out, and I’m glad you did.

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    • Tricia says:

      Ha CS, sometimes it does take a lot of words, sometimes short and sweet. For me simpler is usually better. 😉

      I love what you say about those 5 words and the majesty they reveal. Many of your posts have pointed to this which really had an affect on me.

      Just a little iron sharpening iron! 🙂

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      • ColorStorm says:

        And let’s not forget those instructive words of the apostle: One star differeth from another star in glory……

        Oh boy, knowing we know so little of the vast number………….

        ………we (as in mankind) make ourselves appear rather large, while sneezing God right out from under His creation. Not too smart.

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  3. Canuck Carl says:

    This is an amazing capture Tricia. So mind blowing to look into the night sky and witness that celestial glory. How Great Thou Art. Thank you for sharing! 🙂

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  4. I really like your writing style, superb info, appreciate it for posting :D. “Faith is a continuation of reason.” by William Adams.


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