I'm preparing to speak to 6th graders in a couple of weeks. What an intimidating group! I did a little research on their school's website and found they are studying the New Testament this year. In my recent talks, I've put a lot of emphasis on "the beginning" in Genesis when God creates and declares creation good, just because creation exists. So, this is making me go back through the NT to see what is said about creation. I found this nugget from Romans 1:20:
Ever since the creation of the world his eternal power and divine nature, invisible though they are, have been understood and seen through the things he has made.
What do you think about this verse? Have you spent time in nature reveling in the "things He has made?"