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Friday, October 4, 2019

The Trees Will Clap Their Hands

 
So today was all about getting the final preparation done for the talk I am giving Sunday on "A Christian Perspective on Caring for the Earth."

As it turns out, the church does not have projection capability, and I'm not ready to try mine with the reloaded operating system on my computer (unless I end up with a whole lot of extra time tomorrow night, which I don't expect). But if they did, I would put all the scripture verses on nice backgrounds. Is this poetry, or a literal description of how creation will rejoice when the Lord comes?

I left this one large so you can click on it to see it bigger if you want.


Background is Cumberland Falls, Kentucky.

Now I have to make sure I know what time I need to be at the Barnes and Noble in Muskegon tomorrow!

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3 comments:

Ann said...

I don't know if I would classify it as poetry or literal descripition but I do know that it's a great idea. The verse and the picture are perfect together

Secondary Roads said...

Methinks it is poetically literal. It boggles the imagination to contemplate how nature will react at Messiah's return.

Beautiful sight there in Cumberland Falls. It looks geologically interesting. But I know little of that.

Lin said...

I am so excited that you went to Cumberland Falls! We just love it there--so beautiful and peaceful. I don't know if you visited the lodge there, but that is where I want my ashes scattered when that time comes. Off the back porch of the lodge...maybe a little bit right before the falls.

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