Amazing Wonders of God

So many amazing wonders of God but that He loves us so much, that’s the most amazing wonder.

Amazing wonders of God abound in the whole universe. After all, He is our Creator, after all He created everything that we could or could not see. He wants the best for us. He wants us to have everything that we need. And the earth is full of whatever it is that we need: air to breathe, sunshine to make plants grow as well as nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium in the soil to make them bear fruit that we eat, water without which we cannot survive, fish in the lakes, rivers and oceans, and animals in the air and on land that we eat to sustain our bodies. Before the invention of cars, humans have used horses, camels, and cows to transport them to short and long distances.

Before tractors, beasts of burden like horses and cattle in developing countries were used to plow the fields and transport produce from the farm. And of course, they are still being used all over the world.

God created the Earth first to be our home. A special planet: the habitable Earth is the right distance from the Sun, it is protected from harmful solar radiation by its magnetic field, it is kept warm by an insulating atmosphere, and it has the right chemical ingredients for life, including water and carbon.

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The Beautiful Earth

Earth and Moon

Air is mostly made of nitrogen but a good fraction of that air is oxygen, a byproduct of photosynthesis. Humans and animals put it to good use to power our metabolisms. That oxygen is special: we’re the only planet in the solar system that hosts an abundance of oxygen in the atmosphere.
God, our Creator, has arranged a remarkable partnership between people and plants. People must have oxygen; plants must have carbon dioxide. God designed each to supply what the other needs.

The earth is the only planet in the solar system (and for that matter, the only planet that we know of) that has liquid water on the surface. The earth’s particular distance from the sun allows this. Any closer and we’d heat to death like Mercury; and any further and we’d freeze up like Mars. The earth also has plenty of natural resources,  materials from the Earth that are used to support life and meet people’s needs. Any natural substance that humans use can be considered a natural resource. Oil, coal, natural gas, metals, stone and sand are natural resources. Other natural resources are air, sunlight, soil, atmosphere, all plant life, all animal life and water, amazing wonders of God that are here and will always be here for us, His creation that He loves so much.

The Solar System

A Lunar Eclipse

A Solar Eclipse

But it doesn’t stop at air and water. The Earth has plate tectonics, which constantly cycles elements up and down the crust and pulls excess carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and deep underground where it can’t do anyone any greenhouse-based harm.

A wave of new research has shown that the Earth’s external motions may be important to its other defining feature: life. That Earth has a moving, morphing outer crust may be the most important  reason why Earth is so vibrant, and why no other planet can match its abundance.

Plate tectonics  make the earth habitable, plate tectonics allow the earth to sustain life on it for aeons and ages. Plate tectonics exerts a controlling influence on our atmosphere. Because of that we have water here, keeps it warm to help life thrive and survive.

And we’ve got a moon! Our moon is huge, relatively speaking. We have the largest moon compared to its parent planet in the solar system. And if you ever look at a picture of the backside of the moon, you’ll see it pockmarked with countless craters. The moon became the earth’s shield against asteroids and comets that were meant for us.

The precession (the slow movement of the axis of a spinning body around another axis due to a torque (such as gravitational influence) acting to change the direction of the first axis) of the equinoxes and the oscillation of the angle of the Earth’s axis is caused by the gravity of the Sun, Moon and other planets. The Moon actually has a stabilizing effect on this. Without the Moon the Earth’s axis of tilt would oscillate wildly.

The Full Moon in All Its Glory

 The stability of the tilt is essential – it keeps our weather and climate systems consistent over billions of years. Incidentally, that big something that hit Earth also knocked a chunk of it out that became our Moon. At least that is generally accepted theory. The earth is orbiting the Sun, but tilted a bit and always with the axis pointed in the same direction. So different parts of Earth get the Sun’s direct rays as we travel through the year.

And yes, there are so many amazing wonders of God but in His sight, we occupy the top because He loves us so much. Indeed, He created the whole universe for us. And isn’t that great? It’s so unbelievable that despite our weaknesses and imperfections, despite our disobedience and our multitude of sins, He has reserved this paradise called earth for us.

There are so many amazing wonders of God but the fact that He loves us so much is the most amazing wonder of all.

Some Amazing Wonders of God

A beautiful waterfall

A beautiful sunset

A wonderful lake view

A stunning mountain view

A wondrous sunset

A fascinating harbor

A gorgeous natural formation

A wonderful geological formation

An awesome mountain view

The Milky Way

Emotions and the brain

A wonder of God’s creation

Ocean waves

Sailboats on a sea of blue

Flowers of various colors

Earth, moon, stars and flowers

A snow-covered mountain

The wonderful human brain

Lovely rice terraces

Pink flamingos on a lake