God's Creation

In six days God created the heavens and the earth and He rested on the seventh day. Even now the Universe continues to expand and grow. Wow! It's so hard for me to imagine the enormity and beauty of God's grand design. He is so awesome! Just look around you and you'll see some of God's greatest creations.

I love photography. I would like to present some of my photographs of God's people, His plants and flowers, His creepy crawlers, His animals, His spectacular skies and His ever-expanding universe.

Be glad; rejoice forever in my creation! (Isaiah 65:18 NLT)

So the creation of the heavens and the earth and everything in them was completed. (Genesis 2:1 NLT)

I hope you enjoy what I’ve captured and will be blessed by what our Creator has designed for our pleasure.

Click on the thumbnails below to explore the amazing diversity of God's creativity.

God's Creations - His People God's Creation - His Plants and Flowers God's Creation - His Animals God's Creation - His Skies God's Creation - Creepy Crawlers God's Creation - The Universe

Everyday, Creation proves to me that GOD DOES EXIST. Just look around you - the rainbow in the sky, the trees that surround you, the flowers in your garden, the birds singing their beautiful bird song, the butterflies fluttering about flaunting their florescent colors on their wings. Just look into the eyes of your children and you will see God. Sometimes we take God's creation for granted. We don't stop to appreciate the beauty He has lavished upon us.

Creation proves there is a higher being and His name is God (Elohim). He is our Father, He is our Creator, He is God Almighty (El Shaddai), He is Jehovah, He is the Great I Am, He is the Beginning and the End, He is the Alpha and Omega, He is the King of Heaven, He is the King of Glory - He is our God!

Enjoy God's creation in the following video. God bless you!

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