We serve a God who came down to this earth to save us from our sins. He came down from being the King of the Universe, to being the lowly of lowly, growing up in a town famous for it's ruffians and thieves. He was crucified on a cross. He hung in agony there, to save us. Then why do we sometimes frown and pout about little things that go wrong in our life?
We should always have a smile on our face, knowing that God has rescued us from sin!
One lovely Sabbath we left for the mountains near our home. There were many flowers. With the flowers were special little insects that seemed to float on the air-- amazing creatures that make flying look effortless. Butterflies are one of God's greatest parcels of beauty. They aren't very big, but their beauty makes up for their size.
So should we be. Though we, as children, are small, we should strive to develop an admirable character: gentle, full of love and grace. It should more than make up for our size.
Photo taken with 18-55mm lens at an ISO of 200, with my Pentax K200D.
When you go places keep your eyes open, because in every place you look God has put something special. In this case, for me, God had put some chipmunks. They weren't very big, but they sure made me smile big!
Photo taken with 75-200 mm lens on my Pentax K200D, at the Rock Creek Vista Point in the Beartooth Mountains.
The Holy Bible, God's word, is like cool, sweet river of water to quench our thirst for God.
This photo of very cold water, was taken near the summit of the Beartooth Highway, with me kneeling in the mud, and my camera on a tripod, in the water. I finally got this photo after nearly getting hypothermia. I used a Pentax K200D with an 18 - 55mm lens, at f22.
We were camping high in the Beartooth Mountains and sitting around the campfire eating dinner, when I got the idea to take photos of our campfire. This photo was taken at a shutter speed of 4000, in broad daylight, with my Pentax K200D, and a 18-55mm lens.