If beauty is a window through which we get a glimpse of God’s face, as this week’s quote said, then what can we say about God, based on the beauty around us?
God must love details and precision, because even the tiny creatures and features of our world have wonderful, surprising layers of beauty.
For example, apple blossoms are pretty and fragrant. The trees are filled with them, and they are a lovely sight.
Get a little closer and enjoy the crowd on a single section of a branch—every stage from tight, tiny bud to wide-open blossom.
Move in even closer and find further layers of beauty, often missed—the delicate veins in their petals, the little fuzz along their leaves and stems, and the curve of their sepals.
What do you think of someone who would create such delightful art, beautiful from both far and near?