BETTER FINDS: Stars and Kari Jobe

I've been listening to Kari Jobe (a Christian singer and songwriter) for weeks now and it’s really easy to fall in love with her voice and her album “Where I Find You”, released last January 2012. I learned about her through her Youtube video “We Are” in acoustic. I was caught by her simplicity and grace plus I could feel her sincerity in every word she sang to the Lord. Almost all of the album tracks were beautifully-written and one of my favorites is the song entitled “Stars”.

And here's something from Our Daily Bread talking about how mighty God is through His awesome creations.

Message From The Sky 
September 18, 2007 — by Dave Branon

The heavens declare the glory of God. —Psalm 19:1 

The earth’s population is now over 6.6 billion. And depending on where we live, finding moments of solitude where we can gaze at the silent night sky is increasingly difficult. Yet, according to the writer of Psalm 19, if we were able to steal away to a spot where the only sound was our heartbeat and the only sight the canopy of the stars, we could hear a message from those heavens. 

In such a moment, we could hear with the ears of our innermost being the noiseless testimony of God’s breathtaking creation. 

We could hear from the heavens as they “declare the glory of God” (v.1).And we could watch in amazement as the sky “shows His handiwork” (v.1). 

We could listen as “day unto day utters speech” that fills our minds with the unmistakable awareness of God’s splendid creation (v.2). 

We could marvel through the night as the firmament shows in unmistakable splendor the knowledge of God’s handiwork (vv.1-2). 

Our Creator tells us to “be still, and know that I am God” (Ps. 46:10). A great way to do this is to spend time in His creation admiring His handiwork. Then we will certainly know that He is God! 

 The heavens reveal the power of God 
 To everyone living on earth; 
 His handiwork speaks of His splendor and care, 
 And makes us consider His worth. —Sper 

God speaks of His majesty through His creation.