Christian Theology

December 22, 2008

The Wonder of Snow

“Snow is the ultimate marriage of complexity in harmony. Billions upon billions of unique notes fall together in a crescendo of white unity. If you should ever be blessed to be far enough from the crush of civilization when a heavy snow falls, you can even hear the very music of the iced dew’s delicate descent. It is the repainting of a landscape, in a thousand hues of white. It is the very dance of the wind. It is as if, just for a time, we get to enter the wonder of Narnia, or of Middle Earth, to dance amidst the miracle of liquid manna.”

“If you want to behold the terror of the Lord, peek into the hurricane. It is falling snow, however, that invites us to be still and know that He is God.”

- RC Sproul Jr.

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