102:11-12 and My shadow and Boulders, Canyon Lands National Park, Utah and Psalms.A photographers shadow on rounded boulders, Canyon Lands National Park, Utah and Bible verse Psalms 102:11-12 Fade lake a shadow

“My days are like a lengthened shadow, and I wither away like grass. But You, O LORD, abide forever, and Your name to all generations.” Psalms 102:11-12

The Stability of a Shadow

The Bible tell us God is good to us. Psalm 102 makes this clear. It contrasts the sinfulness and fallibility of human kind with the greatness and goodness of God. The Psalm also tells of God’s great mercy towards us despite our depravity. Our time on earth fades quickly like a shadow, as does our strength. We pass away quickly. God and everything about Him lasts forever.

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Romans 1:20 and Sandhill Cranes at Sunset, Platte River Valley, Central Nebraska.Sandhill Cranes landing in Platte River at sunset in Central Nebraska Romans 1:20 Bible verse on God's eternal power and divine nature

“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

His Divine Nature

Each spring hundreds of thousands of sandhill cranes visit Nebraska’s Platte River. At sunset they descend on the river to roost for the night. One cannot view one of these inspiring events and honestly deny that God exists. We see His majesty, glory, power and many of His attributes in creation.

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Isaiah 44: 22-23a and Clouds Cover Hills in Olympic National Park, Washington State. Low clouds and fog weave between hills at, Olympic National Park, Washington State and Isaiah 44: 22-23a. Joy of forgiveness Bible verse

“I have wiped out your transgressions like a thick cloud and your sins like a heavy mist. Return to Me, for I have redeemed you.” Shout for joy, O heavens, for the LORD has done it! Shout joyfully.” Isaiah 44: 22-23a

God Brings the Joy of Forgiveness

In this Bible passage God promises to forgive Israel of her sins. How great a joy and inspiration it is to know that God promises and gives Christians that forgiveness as well. What a beautiful image of God’s forgiveness these verses create! Just like clouds and fog move in to cover the hills and mountains, Christ covers our sins and He does so forever.

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