springtime in asia

Isn’t God’s creation beautiful? Here is where picture speaks a thousand words. :)


Japanese teenagers enjoying the spring weather under a Sakura tree. (Picture taken by Talan Sadudeewong in Osaka, Japan)

Oswald Chamber exhorts, “Nature to a saint is sacramental. If we are children of God, we have a tremendous treasure in Nature. In every wind that blows, in every night and day of the year, in every sign of the sky, in every blossoming and in every withering of the earth, there is a real coming of God to us if we simply use our starved imagination to realize it.”

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3 Responses to “springtime in asia”

  1. tom felten says:

    I really like this pic, Poh Fang! And, yes, God’s amazing creation does speak deeply to our hearts of Him and His love for us. Thanks for sharing this with the ODJ community.

  2. talans07 says:

    Thanks for sharing :)

    God bless

  3. mike wittmer says:

    It snowed today, so this picture is also a sign of hope!

    I like the note that nature is sacramental. It’s not a Sacrament, but it is a tangible expression of God’s love for us.

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