Taking time to walk in the woods, to hike a mountain, or to walk along a riverbank is something I covet. In nature, I notice the complexity of God’s wondrous creation. The uniqueness of each clover on the ground, the intricacies of wildflowers sprinkled along a riverbank, the beauty in the diversity of sounds sung by different birds. Through God’s unfathomable creation, God’s mysterious, more than we can ever explain, presence is revealed. It is through nature that I have come to know so much about God and am humbled that God is more than we can ever fully understand. As we explore the greatness of God, you are invited to write a poem using the formula below to describe the complexity of God in your own words.

-Pastor Devon




_______________________, ___________________

(2 words that describe God)


____________, ______________, _______________

(3 ing words that describe what God does)



(What you want to say to God today)



(A name for God)

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