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True Beauty In the Springtime

Updated on December 4, 2016

Our Grand Creator Gives Us Beautiful Designs

Beautiful tulips in various colors such as red, yellow and purple, are a true sign of spring.
Beautiful tulips in various colors such as red, yellow and purple, are a true sign of spring.
Vibrant trees that blossom in colors of pink, purple and white captivate our attention during spingtime.
Vibrant trees that blossom in colors of pink, purple and white captivate our attention during spingtime.
Rolling landscapes filled with luscious colors of green that reflect the sunlight.
Rolling landscapes filled with luscious colors of green that reflect the sunlight.
An awesome Japanese maple that just says, "Look at me! I am beautiful."
An awesome Japanese maple that just says, "Look at me! I am beautiful."
Tree, rocks and water, all unite creating a picturesque scene for fisherman in the springtime.
Tree, rocks and water, all unite creating a picturesque scene for fisherman in the springtime.
Waves cuddle up to the shoreline, as we prepare to head for the beach. Sprin would have ended and it will be summer.
Waves cuddle up to the shoreline, as we prepare to head for the beach. Sprin would have ended and it will be summer.

God's Creativity In the Springtime

Springtime, inspires our Grand Creator Jehovah God, to visually show his creatures that the earth is still his eminent domain of design and art. The vibrant colors of red, yellow and purple tulips during the opening days of spring, emit a source of hope for what is yet to come. Daffodils, strut their various colors of white, yellow, orange and purple, with elongated trumpets that also express beautiful sentiments of spring's arrival. We are attracted visually to a symphony of magnificent spring flowers such as, roses, antirrhinums, chrsysanthemums and carnations, that pulsate throughout the earth like little soilders armed with their own personality as though they could say, "hello, springtime is here!"

Blossoming Trees Gain Recognition for their Creator

Another major entity vying for our attention this spring is the mass of blooms, on exquisite, statuesque trees. Some of the cherry trees are covered in glorious flowers that silently scream, "we have an awesome Creator and I desire his attention!" Their showy display of blissful pink colors, crowd together on the tree's branches, depicting pure joy upon oberservation. The boundless variety of other distinctive trees such as beech, magnolia, redbud and gorgeous burst of crab apple trees. Almighty God's creation of the Japanese maple, clearly demonstrates that trees can and do have their own personality. It has an intrepid reddish color with a round, frumpy appearance that escalates downward, in comparison to its upward growing counterparts. The stunning appearance of all these trees, give a bold witness for their Grand Creator.

Water Is A Vital Gift From Our Creator

Water's crisp, clear cycles is an awesome gift from Jehovah that we should never ignore. It is a substance that is essential for life to exist on earth. Humans, annimals and plant life, cannot survive without it. The brochure entitled, Was Life Created? visually describes expresses how, "The water cycle distributes fresh, clean water around the planet. It involves three stages. (1) Solar power lifts water into the atmosphere by evaporation. (2) Condensation of this purified water produces clouds. (3) Clouds, in turn, form rain, hail, sleet, or snow, which falls to the ground, ready to evaporate again, thus completing the cycle." The information goes on to explain, that there is enough water, "to cover the earth's surface uniformly to a depth of more than two and a half feet." This water flows into our illustrious rivers, lakes and oceans, creating these seductive sources that we are drawn to for activities such as swimming, fishing and boating. Upon the arrival of spring, we can once again openly participate in these type of events. How thankful we are for the picturesque scenery of water and land as they unite together.

Appreciating God's Aesthetic Creations

Springtime, has been the focus of this article because it is not only one of the most spectacular times of the year for ravishing growth but words such as commencement, genesis, threshold and square one, are related to the word spring. It is the dawn or beginning of new life. Have you observed the Creator's attempt to obtain your attention through his awesome creations? Beholding the beauty of flowers, trees and bodies of water, should cause each of us to stop and ask, "why did God create these type of lovesome things?" Our surroundings could have been black and white but Almighty God gave us so many colors, especially in the spring that we can admire and appreciate. What a loving Heavenly Father we serve. To learn more about our loving, merciful God, go to www.jw.org

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