“For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities–his eternal power and divine nature–have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse.” Romans 1:20 NIV
I am a firm believer that much of the things we see on earth are just a reflection of what things are like in Heaven. In other words, the things we like . . . beautiful colors, the awesome strength of lightning, the wonders of the universe . . . we like them because they tell our spirits of Heaven. At least, that’s what I think.
But the fact remains that the world is telling us about God. When you look around and see the world, you are seeing God’s fingerprints all over it. Mountains are huge, strong, and beautiful. The sea is both inspiring and powerful.
Now there are those people who believe that the world was created by evolution . . . that all the wonderful works we see are by accident. But when you really look at the world, when you see how intertwined and delicate it all is, and when you really look at evolution’s arguments (not what they say, but at the science behind it), it falls apart.
I offer this as an example: http://www.inspiks.com/creation-tidbits-the-hoatzin-bird/
There is a song by Rebecca St. James that illustrates this concept perfectly.
The heavens declare You are God
And the mountains rejoice.
The oceans cry “Alleluia”
As we worship You, Lord.
For this is our song of love.
Here the song and see the video here: Song o Love by Rebecca St. James
(It’s RSJ’s youtube channel. I don’t like to watch videos that aren’t following copyright rules.)