Great collection, Tom. That's an awesome sunset. "And there was light". Very good connection! Best regards, Liviu
Thank you very much Liviu for your visit and very nice comments. The "connection" is a natural one for humans to make don't you think?
Regards from America, Tom
P.S. You have some beautiful images in your collection which I plan on looking at closer. :)
You are right, the connection is natural for humans to make. What I wanted to say was that I was surprised to see a quotation from the Bible. I haven't seen many connections like that in comments which were made on photos of subjects that are not related to some religious things, such as churches, monasteries. It's said that one can see God's work everywhere. Liviu
Thank you Liviu for commenting on my comment under the picture. I was wondering when, if ever, I'd get a response from someone. You win! :) But yes unfortunately the creator doesn't outwardly get the credit for the natural beauty captured by us. One of my favorite verses is Romans 1:20 -
For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:
I completely agree that we can see God's work everywhere. :)
Best regards, Tom
I like this one, it isn't the only one, of course. It's Psalms 85:10-11 - Love and faithfulness meet together; righteousness and peace kiss each other. Faithfulness springs forth from the earth, and righteousness looks down from heaven. Do you think that this verse refers to Jesus? Anyway, I like this verse very much, it's very poetic. Greetings, Liviu
A very lovely, and as you say, poetic verse. It could well be a reference to Jesus. Anytime the Bible refers to righteousness, faithfulness and love I think of the Trinity - God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit - because they are the author of such attributes. Thank you for this refreshing conversation.
Best regards from America, Tom
It was my pleasure, Tom. I was very happy to find someone who knows the Bible so well. Warmest wishes,
Oliviero from Italy
Grazie Oliviero. Greetings from Virginia, Tom
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