The Complexity of the Creator

The wonder of the heavens crosses different magnitudes: from macro-stellar scales to subatomic scales. So the depth, breadth, all-seeing, all-knowing attributes of our Lord are inescapable, unless one does not consider that he did any of it. But the scriptures are clear and quote his views: the heavens are truly amazing. For every observation, there is always something to see, something to discover, and something to think about. This sketch came as a result of using a friend’s scope at the Mid-South Stargaze. For  a little less than an hour I sketched the unusual shape and features of this galaxy by studying the screen live image–delivered from the scope and astro-video camera combination that was a few feet away.

NGC 4088

Colossians 1:17 “He [Jesus Christ] is before all things, and in him all things hold together.”

                 …every star object, every galaxy, every person, every created thing!


About rolandlinda3

We avidly enjoy the observation of God's creation in terms of stars, the moon, and earthly things. We teach others to observe what He has made. Part of the outreach and work is to maintain a site: [or use the new address]. This site has been changed to include this blog along with three other inspirational blogs. We invite you to take a look and follow us there. Whether here or at the new site, our purpose is unchanged. We aim to share the love of Jesus Christ, who has graciously kept us and made us excited about seeing what he has made. Our faith is a walking faith, so faith and works, as much as we are able, are married together.
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