Praise Him, sun and moon; Praise Him, all you stars of light! Ps 148:3
I love Christmas lights. If they did not require so much work and electricity, I might find myself one of those people with lights all over the house and cutouts all over the pasture.
Just last week, Linda and I talked about how our pasture would make a great Christmas drive-thru.
However, as much as I love Christmas lights, I stand more amazed at the lights God created on the fourth day.
I am one of those inspired by the images taken by the Hubble or from some probe sent through the solar system.
Eclipses, comets, meteors, and aurora’s all fascinate me.
The stars also fascinated the wise men. They followed one to the home of the Messiah.
During creation God spoke about the sun, moon, and stars saying, “Let them be for signs and seasons, and for days and years;” Gen 1:14
He set the universe as a timepiece with great precision. With it, we predict eclipses and super moons.
Jesus said in the last days there will be signs in the sun, in the moon, and in the stars; Luke 21:25
Some are looking for these signs and will see them coming.
Others that never look up get caught by surprise and wonder what is happening.
Take time to go outside and just look up. The greatest light show is not in some neighborhood with lights on every house. The greatest light show is up in the sky.