How can man look at this creation and say there is no God?
What a statement. As I was heading out of the campground that great day, I was on my dirt bike and the Lord said go back and get your camera. I had forgotten it because I rarely go anywhere without it.
I went for a ride and just spent time with my Father. As I was heading back to the cabins, I crested the top of the hill and there stood before was this photo. I was in awe. I took about 5 or 6 photos, because at that time I was using film. I had no clue what I had on my camera.
Years later as I was in Bible College, I was in a place that I did not know how I was going to make it. Married for 23 years, a homemaker raising 4 children, and now divorced. I had very little work experience. I still had my youngest daughter with me. What was I going to do? Sitting in class one day, I heard the words “My provision is in your trailer”. Ok that did not make any sense. I got home later that day and went straight to the trailer. Ok Lord, What do you mean? In that can. It was a popcorn can full of all the photos I had taken over the years. (I still have it.) As I started going through the can of photos, I stood in awe what I had taken years before. I came across this one you are looking at and named it “Taylor Park Trio”. (because I have 2 more photos.) As I kept going through the photos there were so many that were just beautiful. Awesome Color and The Path, and Taylor Park Trio were the 3 that God was showing me. I have since sold lots of these photos and plan to sell many more.
I was looking at the photo above one day I heard the Lord say to me, “How can man look at this creation and say there is no God?” I knew I was to put that on the photo.