Psalm 31:7
“I will be glad and rejoice in thy mercy: for thou hast considered my trouble; thou hast known my soul in adversities;”

I hope that today’s program doesn’t sound like a two-minute-long infomercial for Creation Moments’ Letting God Create Your Day books. The purpose of today’s broadcast is to point out that creation truth is not only a good way to begin conversations with your friends about spiritual things. It is also good for your own state-of-mind.

Letting God Create Your Day setLet me explain. One of our regular listeners recently wrote to tell us that he was feeling depressed by what he was reading in the daily newspaper. So he bought one of our Letting God Create Your Day books to read something different.

He told us that his appreciation of God grew as he read story after story about God’s loving care for even the lowliest of creatures. He explained that if God provided for the needs of ants, sparrows, jellyfish and even amoebae, he knew that this same God would take care of his needs as well. By the time he finished the book, his depression was completely gone.

The truth of biblical creation isn’t just good for sharing your faith with others. Let God comfort you through the Creation Moments broadcast as we look more closely at His amazing creation. As you consider how God cares for each one of His creatures, remember that God won’t be any less faithful in providing for the needs of those who have been redeemed by the precious blood of His Son, Jesus Christ.

Prayer: Heavenly Father, forgive me when I take my eyes off Your Son and let anxiety rule in my heart. As this sinful world continues on its downward spiral, I know I can find peace by looking unto Jesus. Amen.


Author: Steven J. Schwartz
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