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All Nature Sings (Poem)

Updated on March 26, 2014

Nature Resonates the Glory of the Creator

All nature sings the glory of God

Clouds collapse and retreat,

Announcing the arrival

Of the peaking sun,

Introduction of the light

Quietly articulated by the dissipating

Gloom of a gray sky,

A request for the sun’s stellar appearance

This is the choral verse of the day,

Can you hear nature sing?

Trees burst forth with triumph changing

From bare to full exuding praises all of their own,

Flowers bloom and blossom into an array of colorful splendor

Fragrant and aromatic as a sweet bouquet,

Our eyes qualify this magnificence and beauty

The Creator has endowed us with such majesty and splendor,

We too should sing like nature!

Sing a song of praise!

Sing in harmony with nature

God is the designer of life!

All that He is spills over into it,

Rivers quietly ebb and flow emitting

Excess water careful not to crest above measure,

Birds chirp in sweet refrain declaring nature’s song!

Nature is obedient to God and submissively avers affirmatively

In fulfillment of its own role,

Join in the crescendo and sing along with nature

Nature has inspired in me a new song,

I will sing in harmony with nature of the glory of God

Sing with me in everlasting praise to God!

Yes, He is worthy of all praise.

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      mabelhenry 5 years ago from Harrisburlg, Pennsylvania

      That is a beautiful response. God is great and greatly to be praised! "But there is a spirit in man; and the inspiration of the Almighty giveth them understanding" (Job 32:8). Inspiration is such a wondrous gift and for it to be about El Shaddai (God Almighty), what a privilege it truly is, to find your voice and express what has been impressed is true mirth. Thank God and you too hubpages!

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      BERNARD LEVINE 5 years ago from RUIMSIG, SOUTH AFRICA

      THE BEAUTY OF GOD’S LOVE By BERNARD LEVINE

      God is amazing

      He chooses every baby's DNA and blood type

      He puts every star in place to float in the sky

      He creates every fingerprint with a rare design

      He makes an egg to burst open with life.

      God is great

      He selects all the love-songs for every bird to sing

      He makes broken bones mend

      He gives every flower its specific perfume

      He cares for seeds and they turn to fruit.

      God is awesome

      He tells the seasons when to change

      He gives us air so we can breathe

      He feeds multitudes of living organisms on our planet

      He waters fields of green carpets with morning dew.

      Every leaf is a marvel of God's genius

      Every baby is filled with God's love

      There is nothing in this world more precious

      than the beautiful kindness of God.

      © Bernard Levine

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      mabelhenry 5 years ago from Harrisburlg, Pennsylvania

      Praise the Lord, dear one the chirping of birds is powerful. They have their own unique way of praising God and inviting us to listen, how tremendous. This poem is just for you.

      The Chirping Bird

      Today upon arising I was hesitant to pray

      A voice of negativity conveniently stood in my way,

      Immediately, I told myself

      I’ve just got to give God praise,

      Soon as I did it

      The voice of negativity did subside,

      The next thing I heard to my surprise!

      Was a chirping bird,

      Realizing the vastness that God is and

      How limitless He is in when and how He speaks,

      I was intrigued that He chose this special way of saying

      Not to forget to pray first, or the next voice you hear

      May not be the chirping bird.

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      Comfort Babatola 5 years ago from Bonaire, GA, USA

      Yes, we ought to praise Him. How I wish you could hear the birds chirping in sweet refrain here in my backyard. Beautiful!

      Let everything that has breath praise the Lord, and especially those who are made in His image. Praise the Lord!

      Voted up and beautiful.

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