And it was very good…

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I’m by no means a professional photographer; but, I am pretty passionate about taking pictures. It’s deepening my wonder and awe at the extraordinary detail and beauty in all of God’s creation.

Stunning. Truly. As in, I am stunned.

Someone we know and love dearly and deeply is a gifted photographer. He’s won awards and has been an art photographer for over 40 years. He made a decision in his 20’s that it was what he would do. No safety net. So, his love and livelihood are the same. His photography. He’s not just a photographer. He’s an artist with a gift and an eye for beauty that could only come from God.

He and his wife (and their very special dog) are in our hearts in a way that defies the short time we’ve known them. Just a few months.We love him. Deeply. We enjoy him. Immensely. He’s brilliant and talented and wonderful. 

Yet, somehow, he looks through that lens and sees overwhelming beauty and doesn’t seem to realize that it isn’t accidental and didn’t just happen through a sequence of scientific events. Really, my beloved friend? REALLY? You take amazing pictures of mountains and lakes and flowers and animals and skylines and architecture and miss the hand of God in it all? In sunsets and sunrises and trees and birds? In clouds and stars and lightening and rain?

I send our friend a picture I’ve taken every day. I occasionally show him the scriptures I put on them for posting online. He critiques my “work” and we have an opportunity to discuss what I see when the pictures are taken. I can sense the softening of his view of all of my “faith crap.”

It’s amazing how God is revealed in the work of His hands. See it. Share it. Show it.

God is good & He adores you. He adores our friend, too. And that makes me smile.

Testimonials

When Debby Berry speaks, whether in person or in her writings, it is as if the Lord Himself sent a message to you straight through her. She is completely in tune to how much the Lord loves and adores us and she is a willing vessel to send that message loud and clear to anyone who is listening.
Julianna Sproul