God’s creation

Dear Parents,

In Romans 1:20, Paul writes, “For ever since the world was created, people have seen the earth and sky. Through everything God made, they can clearly see his invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature. So they have no excuse for not knowing God.” In this verse, we see how God is at work and He reveals himself to us in the intricacy of His creation. His fingerprints are all over the world, including in the people He created.
This should spark a sense of awe, curiosity, and delight in us, as we observe His creation and look for the signposts He left us. It should also point us to Him and increase our desire to understand and get to know our Creator. 

This is part of what Mrs. Breukelman and our grade 1’s shared with us today. We can see God’s fingerprints that are embedded on the tapestry of the heavens as we gaze at the stars; we see the mountains and canyons He has carved out, and the details He has included in small and large creatures alike. He is all around us, if we stop and pay attention to his handiwork.

Our hope is that our students have seen this throughout the school year, especially as they discover more about God’s creation and His word that serve to reveal His glory. As we think ahead to the summer that will quickly be upon us, we encourage you to explore God’s creation, pause to admire His work, and have rich conversations about how God has revealed Himself through it.
J-D Lussier, Principal