Last night’s eclipse was a once in a life time event. As much as I love to sleep, I didn’t want to miss it. Nathan’s 5TH grade homework assignment was to get out of bed and look at it. We stood in the cold snow and saw it when it was almost complete. (Thank you google images for this great photo…article.wn.com)
Shadows are a part of every day life, but it’s not every day that the earth casts it’s shadow on the moon. For me it was a reminder of how big God is. He set up the universe and the planets and even knew how and when these eclipses would take place. Watching last night’s shadow fall on the moon felt like a wink from heaven. A simple reminder that our creator is real, powerful and alive.
Psalm 19:1 The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.
Prayer: Thank you Father for leaving your fingerprint on creation. Truly, the skies proclaim the work of your hands. Thanks for the amazing creativity we enjoy in your creation!