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The Sky Speaks By Crystal Bowman

Crystal Bowman

Crystal Bowman

When I was growing up in West Michigan, summer was my favorite season of the year. I was never a fan of cold weather, and in Michigan we’d get a lot of that! I loved the warm summer days when I could play outdoors with my neighborhood friends, running through the sprinklers and eating popsicles.

I also spent many summer days at our family cottage, baiting hooks with worms to catch some perch or bass for dinner. But my favorite part of summer was when we would drive out to Lake Michigan to watch the sunset.

The vast open sky above the sparking blue water was breathtaking. The swirling hues of orange and yellow, red and purple, where indescribable.

As a little girl, I felt the presence of God when I looked at the sky. I had always believed in God, but there was something special about looking at the works of his hands. As I watched the glowing sun sink into the multicolored horizon, I knew that only God could paint something so majestic and glorious.

Nature is one of the ways God reveals himself to us. All of creation tells of the glory of God. Day and night, the skies put on a show, letting the world know that our Creator lives.

The heavens tell of the glory of God. The skies display his marvelous craftsmanship. Day after day they continue to speak; night after night they make him known. Psalm 19:1-2 NLT

Crystal Bowman is an award winning, best-selling author of over 100 books for children. She is a speaker and mentor for MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers), and teaches at writers’ conferences throughout the U.S. She is a monthly contributor to Clubhouse Jr. Magazine and writes lyrics for children’s piano music.

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