SUNDAY STILLNESS – Romans 1:20

Sunday Stillness – Romans 1:20

Romans 1:20

 

Photo is courtesy of Jake Jakobsen.

 

How can there NOT be a God?

“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 people are without excuse” (Romans 1:20, NIV).

People are without excuse – they just have to open their eyes to the wonder of God.

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6 thoughts on “SUNDAY STILLNESS – Romans 1:20

  1. Amanda

    I love this so much!! “How can there NOT be a God?” ~ I ask that same question daily as I look around at all of the wonders of creation!!! God’s majesty and His touch are everywhere 🙂 Thanks so much for this lovely link-up!! Have a blessed day!!

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  2. Kym Thorpe

    This Scripture was part of the text in our sermon this morning. I love when God orchestrates it so I get a reminder like this. It’s a beautiful picture too.

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    1. JanisCox Post author

      Kym,
      Isn’t that awesome – and He probably does it more often that we are aware. I am trying the Roman Project with Ann Voskamp and this is part of the memory verse.
      Blessings to you,
      Janis

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