October 2 Zechariah 13,14; Psalms 147; Luke 15

These are a few of our SOAP notes from today’s reading. We encourage you to read and journal on your own first, then join us in conversation about what God revealed to YOU today. Click HERE to go directly to the daily reading if you wish.

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Indescribable | Joni Tyner

S~ He counts the stars and calls them by name. Psalm 147:4  (NLT)

O~ God has intentionally orchestrated every single moment in nature.   He personally planned and created every star, lightning bolt, blade of grass, animal, insect and animal.

A~ My family and I just had the thrill of going outside and viewing the eclipse of the moon recently.  According to the news, we won’t have the opportunity to see another moon in this way until 2033.  As I thought about how God loves to wow us with His creation,  I came across this passage in Psalms.  How cool that the psalmist was marveling in God’s vast majesty in the same way that believers around the world this evening did as the appreciated the beauty of the eclipsed moon.  I invite you to watch this video—it beautifully demonstrates God’s amazing creation.

P~ Thank you for creating such a beautiful world! It truly is indescribable!!

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