Decided to pay my ol’ friend Richard Prouse a visit after school today whilst I waited for Vicky to finish work. It was a beautiful day, and an excellent way to un-wind after a difficult day’s teaching.
For the last wee while I’ve become more and more unfulfilled by the worship from the music at church.
Its not that its bad music, or that I’m not enjoying it, but the fact that it is not enough for me.
In studying it more, I’ve found that worship is so much more than singing a song to God, with your eyes closed and arms outstretched.
Worship is about life and the way that you live it.
Today Vicky and I went for a stroll along Petone Foreshore. It was pleasant, relaxing and enjoyable just to be out with her and spending time in God’s creation.
Needless to say I got plenty of photos of this, and this one summed it up for me. It is a direct relation between man-made objects placed within the glorious earth God created for us.
This morning I received text from Vicky s she came over the Wainui Hill into the Hutt Valley, saying that the fog was really thick – the thickest she’d seen.
I looked out the window, and this is what I saw.
Sometimes it requires a short text in the morning to make you realise God’s splendor and His greatness expressed all around us in creation. This is but a snapshot of it.
Look out your window.