- Choosing a Life of Wisdom
- Glorifying God in Mundane Tasks
- Sharing Wisdom
- Growing in Wisdom through Proverbs
- The Details of Life
- Cultivating Character
- Watching Your Words
- Living as Salt and Light
- Satisfaction in God
- Hope in God
- Made for Eternity
- Hoping in God’s Promises
- Immersed in Glory and Beauty
- Glory in the Diversity of Creation
- A Closer Look at Creation
- Lessons from Creation
- The Wisdom Psalms: Training for Eternity
- Psalms 37 and 73: Hope Despite Injustice
- Psalms 119 and 127: A Firm Foundation
- Is This All There Is?
- The Wisdom of Fearing God
- A World that Cannot Satisfy
- An Inverted Value System
- The Wisdom of Pursuing Christ
- The Wisdom of James
- Living a Life of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty
Consider the exquisite wonder of the natural world. God designed all of it, from the flowers we take for granted on a regular basis to the mysterious realm of the sea. The colors, shapes, patterns, and designs all display the glory of God. He created this world with gratuitous beauty to turn our eyes to Him.
Taking a Closer Look
If we find ourselves overlooking the beauty we see on a daily basis, it can be beneficial to take a look at a different aspect of creation—the ocean, for example. From the waves crashing on the beach to the waters teeming with life beneath the surface, studying oceans can speak of God’s glory to us.
Another way to remind ourselves of how the complexity of creation points to God is to take a closer look at the things we see around us. Many of us see hummingbirds on a regular basis and do not think about the way they work. However, the more we study them, the more marvelous they are. They are far too complex to have evolved. Instead, the way they fly and drink nectar points to intentional design.
The Orchestrator of Creation
When we try to reverse engineer something we see in nature, we cannot succeed. Nature is far too complex for us to perfectly replicate. And yet many people still choose to believe that such complexity evolved entirely on its own. Time is not enough of an explanation for this complexity—time would actually work against such diversity. As it is, God is the One who orchestrated His creation, and so creation points to Him.
Note of Caution: The videos shown in Ken’s teaching come from sources that do not necessarily hold a biblical worldview; by using them, we are not endorsing the ideas or viewpoints they might espouse.
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