The Full Earth

DSC_0043_116sigHow was your day? Yes, busy. Likely stressful. Perhaps you have suffered pain, physical and emotional. Maybe you feel like a wreck.

Whether your day is ending or just beginning, consider this truth. The everlasting God of the universe-the universe you and I live in, loves you. Even though it may not feel like it-We are in His faithful perfect care. He tells us in His word the Bible that He will never leave or forsake us. It was King David who wrote these words in the Bible about God; For the word of the Lord is upright, and all his work is done in faithfulness. He loves righteousness and justice; the earth is full of the steadfast love of the Lord. Psalm 33:4-5

Stop what you are doing, step outside, take a deep breath. Tilt your chin to the sky, remind yourself, the earth is full of the steadfast love of the Lord. Say them out loud.


Author: davidwellis

What does a grandfather, husband, former public school teacher and Education Specialist for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service with many life experiences in nature do with them? A naturalist with a camera-makes outside a daily destination. My confidence is that God will guide my words, and photos. We live in a magnificent world, come and look at it with me through eyes, lens and words. To God be the glory. Current Profile Photo- Prickly Ash, the name summarizes this brushy undergrowth well. It fascinates me with its thorny branches. Seeing a vine wrapped around the trunk called for a photo.