Have you been humbled lately?

It’s short. It’s intense. It’s gorgeous. It’s altogether lovely. It’s the world which we live in, a world in which we become numb to what lies around us. I luuuuv stuff like this, watching what is above us, watching with silent awe what moves over our heads, yes, what moves over our heads.

Enjoy the glory of God’s creation, and btw, if you dare say ‘there is no God,’ you have my sympathy.

The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament doth shew his handiwork.

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11 Responses to Have you been humbled lately?

  1. Very nice, majestic and magical! 🙂

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  2. SLIMJIM says:

    Awesome, there are no words…

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  3. Argus says:

    Seen it before (the vid) and appreciated the chance to watch again.

    Seen it before, when I was blessed to down to the sea in ships — who, really, needs cathedrals when that is available, and free for just being there?

    Seen in before, and hopefully shall do again. Thanks for that.

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  4. Argus says:

    Here’s one you might like —

    —turn volume up enough first. (And let anyone just try coming up with a better cathedral than that!)

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Truth be told, I’m more impressed with the water argus- the music does point to the great Protector though.

      btw, did u know that all modern shipbuilding is based on the structural integrity and dimensions of the ark of Noah? Many builders have admitted that the scope needed for sea worthiness were spot on.


      • Argus says:

        I don’t know enough to comment on that — but I posted some shots a while back of an ark model a guy was displaying (and explaining to the curious) in the town square in Invercargill last summer. (His model was work of art in itself, I tell you!) I didn’t comment on the wee rubber dinosaurs he had on the ramp leading to the hatch; he was too nice and looked happy. (Maybe they were bait for discussion?)

        The music was from the Hymn for The Navy, and is used by quite a few navies. Here’s a one-minute version—

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        • ColorStorm says:

          I suppose a group of funded ‘science’ people can erect a specimen to their heart’s delight. I find the dino- topic extremely boring, and at times rather insulting- since NO man has ever seen one- science fiction is alive and well.

          Good song though- As to rubber animals, I have no use for them-

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