God’s Creation in Snowflakes

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Glory and honour and praise to God forever and ever and ever and ever and ever! Snowflakes are some of my favourite things in God’s creation. They are glorious! Look at this. This is a real picture of a snowflake up close. When you view this snowflake, does this not look DESIGNED? It’s perfect, creative, mathematical. Design and unity do not form and flourish out of chaos. Design and unity, along with perfect mathematical measurements, comes from a Creator.

It’s interesting that in our physical world, we look at everything not found in nature as created. Building architecture, clothes, electronics, beautiful artwork (which many times replicate the beauty and creativity of the natural world), baked goods, and so much more. We accept that it was built, designed, made. But when we look at the beauty and perfection and majestic qualities of the natural world, (all these of which surpass man made created things immeasurably), we are quick to dispel it as random chance.

Big Bang, a chaotic explosion that occurred with absolutely no causation or purpose. And boom–designed, perfect, unified, mathematically perfect, harmonious, creative, mesmerizing beauty all around us. But many still don’t believe there is a Creator behind it.

This snowflake is one of which trillions exist in any given year, and not one has been found exactly like another. There has never been found a replica. Ever. And by these findings, we can rationally assert that there is an extremely low probability of two of the same snowflakes ever existing.

How incredible is that?? It is creativity and unlimited superiority beyond our mind’s ability to even fully absorb. We can’t fathom there being so many different designs and shapes of snowflakes, because we’re human and have limits. But there IS a God who has no limits.

His creativity is endless. The beauty He makes is endless.

Though snow falls and covers the ground, and snowflakes are here one moment and melted the next. Humans can’t even see them in its detail with the naked eye.

This enlightens us a little bit on why God creates: for His pleasure, His overflowing love, His enjoyment, His purposes, and for His glory.

And when we’re able to see these snowflakes up-close via microscope or macro photography, it is such a gift to our eyes. We are able to indulge in a beauty that almost always passes us by, unnoticed by the human, even though snow surrounds us much of the year.

These little flakes of snow are just so, so beautiful and breathtaking. And when we are gifted with pictures of these, we are able to feast on a drop of the beauty, glory, and splendour of God Himself.❄️

{Job 12:7-10}
But now ask the beasts, and let them teach you; And the birds of the heavens, and let them tell you. Or speak to the earth, and let it teach you; And let the fish of the sea declare to you. Who among all these does not know That the hand of the LORD has done this, in whose hand is the life of every living thing, And the breath of all mankind?

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