Summer Creation Marvels

When we are daily surrounded by God’s creative and providential work in this season of summer, it is easy to overlook these miraculous marvels, large and small.

Gorgeous Hibiscus and Asian lilies at my parents’ flower garden.


Lilies amid other blossoms in my rock garden.

I have been taking pictures throughout the summer, here and there, and share a few of them with you tonight.


A trip to Reeds Lake in East Grand Rapids after dinner out in June.


Storm clouds over the area this past Thursday.

New family of deer (fawns) at seminary.

Lying down in the shade this past week.


View of the one of the lakes at Millennium Park in Grand Rapids (another bike ride).


Catching a turtle with grandsons on the 4th of July (It was fish we were trying to catch!).

It was the last one my wife and I saw tonight by the Grand River that especially prompted me. Enjoy! Isaiah 40:31

Yes, a bald eagle was perched above the river at Grand Ravines Park (new Ottawa County park along the Grand River just north of where we live). Earlier in the week I rode my bike there and enjoyed this serene scene.

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  1. WOW! thanks for sharing these!

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    • You are most welcome. Staying close to home this summer, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the out-of-doors in West Michigan. We are blessed with lots of nearby beauty. Hope your summer is going well.

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