Look To The Heavens

Rocky Mountain National Park stars

“Lift your eyes and look to the heavens: Who created all these?  He who brings out the starry host one by one, and calls them each by name.  Because of his great power and mighty strength, not one of them is missing.”

Psalm 40:26

Grace and peace to you all!  This will be a shorter post.  Something went wrong with WordPress and the last post I wrote titled “The Day Jesus Promised The Holy Spirit” did not show up on the scrolling Reader for some reason.  It is a very important post and I am not going to let the enemy stop me with some computer mistake.  Please click the hyperlinked title if you would like to read it.

Remember today, I AM is the Great Creator!  If you want to see how powerful He is, just look up!  By the way, how cool is it that God calls each star by name?  That is real cool!

Check out these pictures of the moon and sunset I took with my Canon camera:

Moon 6-3-17

Moon (5) 6-3-17

Moon 10-28-17 531 pm
I don’t know how He does it, but that is just cool! Praise God!
Sunset (2) 1-3-17
Sunset over the Rockies

Author: Ryan Callahan

Hello, and welcome to my site! I am an independent Christian author (One Man's Very Strange Supernatural Life), blogger, and evangelist for Jesus. My main goal with this blog is to help people come to know Jesus, help people understand the Bible, and to minister to a lost and hurting world. This site is about hope, new beginnings, grace, mercy, forgiveness, and love! I'm glad you are here, God bless you! Copyright © 2020 Ryan Callahan. All rights reserved.

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