Have You Met Your Creator? (11 of 40) by John Barnett
This content is part of a series.Have You Met Your Creator? (11 of 40)
Series: Book You Can Trust
Genesis 1: The first words the Bible opens are the Creator introducing Himself to us, His creations. "In the beginning God . . . "
John 1: The Gospels start and Jesus is introduced as the Creator announcing His coming to earth "In the beginning was the Word . . .all things were made by Him . . . and the Word became flesh and dwelt among us".
Revelation 10: The last words of the Scripture as human history concludes when the Creator returns to earth to take His place as King of kings and Lord of lords! Revelation 10:6 And sware by him that liveth for ever and ever, who created heaven, and the things that therein are, and the earth, and the things that therein are, and the sea, and the things which are therein, that there should be time no longer: (KJV)
Have You Met Your Creator?
That meeting will begin when you start to listen to His voice. Our text in Psalm 19:1-6 explains this morning that our Creator God has revealed Himself in two ways. In nature and in His Book, the Holy Scriptures!
I find my Lord in the Book,
Wherever I chance to Look
He's the theme of the Bible
The center and heart of the Book.
He's the Rose of Sharon,
He's the lilly bright and fair,
Wherever I open my Bible,
The Lord of the Book is there.
He at the Book's beginning gave the Earth its form
He is the Ark of shelter bearing the brunt of the storm
He is the burning bush of the desert, the budding of Aaron's rod
Wherever I look in the Bible, I see the Son of God.
The Ram upon Mt. Moriah, the ladder from earth to sky.
The scarlet cord in the window, and the serpent lifted high,
The smitten rock in the desert, the Shepherd with staff and crook,
The face of my Lord I discover, wherever I open the Book.
He is the Seed of the Woman, the Savior virgin born,
He is the Son of David of whom men rejected with scorn,
His garments of grace and of beauty, the stately Aaron Deck ...
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