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Psalm 19 - Pillars of Creation
Psalm 19 has been my favourite passage of Scripture since I was a teenager. You might think it a bit of an odd one - I mean why not John 1, or John 3:16 or Romans 8. There's so many amazing gospel centred passages to pick, so why Psalm 19?
Well, you should know that I (Evan - creator of Eve2) started out in life by being a geek, being fascinated with space and getting a degree in Physics with Astrophysics. In Psalm 19 I see the gospel in creation. I see the verse about "day after day they pour forth speech" referencing the worship of creation to the creator. Indeed, when I was an Astrophysics undergraduate we had a visiting lecturer come to tell us about the research he was leading observing waves inside the structure of our Sun. He told us "It's amazing - we expected the waves to be chaotic and random, but instead the waves we are observing are in harmonic patterns. It's almost as though the sun is singing to us!". And I wanted to shout it "it's not singing to US, it's singing to the Creator!". Day after day they pour forth speech!
Psalm 19 for me speaks, or sings, of the worship of Creation to the Creator. It paints a picture for me of the whole universe resonating with worship. Far from the silent wasteland we often think it to be, for me the Universe is alive and vibrant and fully committed to praising the name of our God and King.
This Nasa image, known as the Pillars of Creation is a stunning image. We've taken it as it is and embedded the words of the first 4 verses of Psalm 19 into it. The sense I want you to have is of the heavens worshipping our God.
May this image bless your home, your church or your work space.