Sunday, September 9, 2012

Why Do Clouds Float?



Clouds float because condensed moisture, descending by gravity, meets warmer temperatures rising from the land. That moisture then changes into vapor and ascends back into the air.

But natural explanations are not the final answers.

Clouds float because God in His wisdom reveal “the wondrous works of Him who is perfect in knowledge” (Job 37:16).

God makes the clouds float through the air.

He does so to call us to wonder and adoration.

1 comment:

Tomas Karkalas said...

I have read the post with great interest and totally agree with you. The clouds are so natural that it is very easy to stumble. Your verse "Clouds float because God in His wisdom reveal “the wondrous works of Him who is perfect in knowledge” (Job 37:16)" is the key. The master-key that fits to any human activity. So while enjoying the artworks in the exhibition, we should glory in God Who enabled the artists to enable their colors to speak.