Genesis: Beginnings

Two nights ago, it was warm and clear and the night sky was ablaze with stars and the moon was just a sliver, reflecting the suns light in just a way so that you could see that the moon was a circle one edge was brilliantly illuminated.  It hurt my eyes it was so bright and clear.  The more I looked in that sky, the more I saw, the more I thought to myself “how great is our God…”

Psalm 19:1–2 (NLT)

The heavens declare the glory of God. The skies display his craftsmanship.

Day after day they continue to speak; night after night they make him known.

All of creation screams out the splendor, power, majesty, depth and brilliance of God. The skies, the stars, the towering mountains and beautiful valleys, the depths of the sea and even the microscopic details of every cell in our body cry out, “There is a God and he is glorious!”

Turn in your Bibles to the first page.  Genesis.  We are going to begin a new series walking through the first 11 chapters of Genesis.


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