God of Wonders

I just finished watching a documentary called “God of Wonders” – I first learned about it at church. Anyway, I finally got around to watching it tonight (I bought the DVD, as I did not know it was available for free online) and – my goodness! – what a powerful reminder it is that we serve an awesome Creator who is equal parts brilliant, wise, powerful, just, compassionate, and loving. I am outdone – but in a really good way. 😂

This verse from Psalm 145 comes to mind as I reflect on God’s character. In my view, the word that broadly captures the essence of the Lord is “good”. Of course, not everything that happens to us is good, but God is always good, regardless of our circumstances! Watching the documentary really reinforced this truth in my heart and mind. God loves everyone and everything that He has made, and He cares about each of us (even those who turn away from Him) very deeply.

God of wonders, indeed. Yes, He is! ✝️

PS – If you don’t want to click on the link in this post, no worries! If you are interested, you can simply do an online search for “God of Wonders video,” and you should find it on YouTube for free. And if you’re not interested, then that’s fine, too. Meditating on the truth in Psalm 145:9 is a blessing all by itself. 💛

6 thoughts on “God of Wonders

    1. I hope you enjoy it! It’s not new by any means, but I learned a lot while watching it. There is so much about creation that we do not understand, but what we do understand points to the Lord as Creator, Owner, and Maintainer of EVERYTHING.

      I found it very powerful, in case you couldn’t tell! 😉


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