Posted by Alison Lopez-Ramirez on 24th Aug 2023
How can we grow and mature in our personal friendship with the One who made us and whose greatest desire is for us to know, love, and trust Him? What can we learn about the unfathomable beauty of God's character from studying what He made? What can we learn from stories about how His creation effects the lives of His trusting children?
"Worship Him Who Made . . ." is a daily devotional focusing on our remarkable Creator. Each devotional shares stories and details from nature, revealing the loving character of our amazing God. Learn of the marvels found in creation, displaying His love for us. Claim the promise that when we see Jesus as He really is, we will be drawn to Him, and we will be changed.
"But we all, with open face beholding as in a glass (mirror) the glory of the Lord, are changed into the same image from glory to glory, even as by the Spirit of the Lord." 2 Corinthians 3:18, KJV.
“Rather than wait for the first of the year, I started reading,
and I have not been able to stop with one day at a time…” ~ J. Tucker, Tennessee
“I like the concept of a daily
invocation inspired by the awe of God's creation.”
~ The Mull Family, North Carolina
“We’ve been learning things we didn’t even know there was to learn!
Then when you tie in the spiritual lesson with what takes place in nature–that’s truly special.”
~ The Reinholtz Family, Michigan
“We read it every day and were inspired by the insight you provided.”
~ The Dulan Family, Alabama
This is a 2nd edition of the Daily Devotional "God of Wonders" published by the Review&Herald in 2013.
If you would like to preview or purchase these books click here.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
David A. Steen, Ph. D. is Professor Emeritus of Biology at Andrews University. After more than 40 years of teaching thousands of students, writing scientific research publications, presenting at national and international scientific meetings, and spending uncountable joy-filled hours studying the beauty and complexity of life with all types of microscopes, he is now retired with his wife in TN. Steen thinks of himself as a gentleman farmer, photographer, and woodworker. But most of all he enjoys time with his two grown children, three grandsons, and three great grandchildren. He continues to write, teach, and describe what he has learned about the unfathomable beauty of the character of God who is love, truth, and freedom.