Isaiah 33:5, 6 and Mount Gould, Glacier National Park, Montana
“The LORD is exalted, for He dwells on high. He has filled Zion with justice and righteousness. He will be the stability of your times, a wealth of salvation, wisdom and knowledge; The fear of the LORD is his treasure.” Isaiah 33:5, 6
God’s Unshakable Stability
When we consider the state of current events and the level of corruption in today’s politicians, Isaiah 33:5 and 6 are good Bible verses to ponder. God dwells on High. No person nor thing is greater than Him. No matter what happens, God remains in control.
When our times feel rocky and unstable, He remains stable. He forever stands as a unwavering force and loving Father we can hold on to.
Isaiah 33 speaks of God judges the unrighteous and saves the righteous. Click to read Isaiah 33.
Psalm 96:5-6 and Horseshoe Park at Sunrise, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.
“For all the gods of the peoples are idols. The LORD made the heavens. Splendor and majesty are before Him, strength and beauty are in His sanctuary.” Psalm 96:5-6
Meeting Him in His Sanctuary
The mountains at sunrise make a perfect sanctuary to meet with God. The two together truly show God’s Splendor and majesty. Is there a more glorious or majestic place and time?
One of the things I enjoy about being a nature photographer is being able to commune with God in the sanctuary of His creation as I photograph the things He has made.
Learn how you too can draw near to God through spiritual photography.
Read all of Psalm 96, a psalm rejoicing at God’s glory and greatness.
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