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1 The heavens declare
the glory of God; and the
firmament sheweth his handywork.
Day unto day uttereth
speech, and night unto night
sheweth knowledge. 3
There is no speech nor language,
where their voice is not heard.
4 Their line is gone out
through all the earth, and their
words to the end of the world. In
them hath he set a tabernacle for
the sun, 5 Which is as
a bridegroom coming out of his
chamber, and rejoiceth as a strong
man to run a race. 6
His going forth is from the end of
the heaven, and his circuit unto
the ends of it: and there is
nothing hid from the heat thereof.
Be ye not as the horse, or as the
mule, which have no understanding:
whose mouth must be held in with
bit and bridle, lest they come
near unto thee.
19 For the earnest
expectation of the creature
waiteth for the manifestation of
the sons of God.
20 For the creature was
made subject to vanity, not
willingly, but by reason of him
who hath subjected the same in
hope, 21 Because the
creature itself also shall be
delivered from the bondage of
corruption into the glorious
liberty of the children of God.
22 For we know that the
whole creation groaneth and
travaileth in pain together until
7 But ask
now the beasts, and they shall
teach thee; and the fowls of
the air, and they shall tell
thee: 8 Or speak to
the earth, and it shall teach
thee: and the fishes of the
sea shall declare unto thee.
9 Who knoweth not in all
these that the hand of the
LORD hath wrought this?
10 In whose hand is the
soul of every living thing,
and the breath of all mankind.
Doth not the ear try words?
and the mouth taste his meat?
5 The earth, from which food
comes, is transformed below as by
6 sapphires come from its
rocks, and its dust contains
nuggets of gold.
7 No bird of prey knows that
hidden path, no falcon's eye has
8 Proud beasts do not set
foot on it, and no lion prowls
9 Man's hand assaults the
flinty rock and lays bare the
roots of the mountains.
10 He tunnels through the
rock; his eyes see all its
11 He searches the sources
of the rivers and brings hidden
things to light.
4 Where wast thou when
I laid the foundations of the
earth? declare, if thou hast
understanding. 5 Who
hath laid the measures thereof, if
thou knowest? or who hath
stretched the line upon it? 6
Whereupon are the
foundations thereof fastened? or
who laid the corner stone thereof;
7 When the morning
stars sang together, and all the
sons of God shouted for joy?
8 Or who shut up the sea
with doors, when it brake forth,
as if it had issued out of the
9 Will the unicorn be
willing to serve thee, or abide by
thy crib? 10 Canst thou
bind the unicorn with his band in
the furrow? or will he harrow the
valleys after thee? 11
Wilt thou trust him, because his
strength is great? or wilt thou
leave thy labour to him? 12
Wilt thou believe him, that
he will bring home thy seed, and
gather it into thy barn? ...
15 Behold now behemoth,
which I made with thee; he eateth
grass as an ox. 16 Lo
now, his strength is in his loins,
and his force is in the navel of
his belly. 17 He moveth
his tail like a cedar: the sinews
of his stones are wrapped
together. 18 His bones
are as strong pieces of brass; his
bones are like bars of iron. ...
Canst thou draw out
leviathan with an hook? or his
tongue with a cord which thou
lettest down? 2
Canst thou put an hook into
his nose? or bore his jaw through
with a thorn? 3 Will he
make many supplications unto thee?
will he speak soft words unto
Will he make a covenant with
thee? wilt thou take him for a
servant for ever? 5
Wilt thou play with him as with a
bird? or wilt thou bind him for
thy maidens? ...
1 O LORD our Lord,
how excellent is thy name in all
the earth! who hast set thy glory
above the heavens. 2
Out of the mouth of babes and
sucklings hast thou ordained
strength because of thine enemies,
that thou mightest still the enemy
and the avenger. 3
When I consider thy heavens,
the work of thy fingers, the moon
and the stars, which thou hast
ordained; 4 What is
man, that thou art mindful of him?
and the son of man, that thou
5 For thou hast made him a
little lower than the angels, and
hast crowned him with glory and
honour. 6 Thou madest
him to have dominion over the
works of thy hands; thou hast put
all things under his feet: 7
All sheep and oxen, yea, and the
beasts of the field;
8 The fowl of the air, and
the fish of the sea, and
whatsoever passeth through the
paths of the seas. 9 O
LORD our Lord, how excellent is
thy name in all the earth!
The LORD hath made all
things for himself: yea, even the
wicked for the day of evil.
I said in mine heart
concerning the estate of the sons
of men, that God might manifest
them, and that they might see that
they themselves are beasts.
19 For that which befalleth
the sons of men befalleth beasts;
even one thing befalleth them: as
the one dieth, so dieth the other;
yea, they have all one breath; so
that a man hath no preeminence
above a beast: for all is vanity.
20 All go unto one place;
all are of the dust, and all turn
to dust again.
Who hath measured the waters in
the hollow of his hand, and meted
out heaven with the span, and
comprehended the dust of the earth
in a measure, and weighed the
mountains in scales, and the hills
in a balance?
It is he that sitteth upon the
circle of the earth, and the
inhabitants thereof are as
grasshoppers; that stretcheth out
the heavens as a curtain, and
spreadeth them out as a tent to
Lift up your eyes on high, and
behold who hath created these
things, that bringeth out their
host by number: he calleth them
all by names by the greatness of
his might, for that he is strong
in power; not one faileth.
Therefore I say unto you,
Take no thought for your life,
what ye shall eat, or what ye
shall drink; nor yet for your
body, what ye shall put on. Is not
the life more than meat, and the
body than raiment? 26
Behold the fowls of the air: for
they sow not, neither do they
reap, nor gather into barns; yet
your heavenly Father feedeth them.
Are ye not much better than they?
27 Which of you by taking
thought can add one cubit unto his
stature? 28 And why
take ye thought for raiment?
Consider the lilies of the field,
how they grow; they toil not,
neither do they spin:
29 And yet I say unto
you, That even Solomon in all his
glory was not arrayed like one of
30 Wherefore, if God so
clothe the grass of the field,
which to day is, and to morrow is
cast into the oven, shall he not
much more clothe you, O ye of
For every tree is known by his own
fruit. For of thorns men do not
gather figs, nor of a bramble bush
gather they grapes.
(1 Corinthians 15:36-38)
Inspirational Quotes from Famous People
nature not by force but by
It is good to
realize that if love and peace can
prevail on earth, and if we can
teach our children to honour
nature's gifts, the joys and
beauties of the outdoors will be
--Jimmy Carter quotes
(American 39th US President
(1977-81). Nobel Prize for Peace
in 2002. b.1924)
Nature does not
give to those who will not
If thou live
according to nature, thou wilt
never be poor; if according to the
opinions of the world, thou wilt
never be rich.
(Roman philosopher, mid-1st
He is richest
who is content with the least, for
content is the wealth of nature.
(Ancient Greek Philosopher, 470
Whatever you are
by nature, keep to it; never
desert your line of talent. Be
what nature intended you for, and
you will succeed.
--Sydney Smith quotes
(English Clergyman, Essayist and
You cannot hold
back a good laugh any more than
you can the tide. Both are forces
--William Rotsler quotes
What I see in
Nature is a magnificent structure
that we can comprehend only very
imperfectly, and that must fill a
thinking person with a feeling of
humility. This is a genuinely
religious feeling that has nothing
to do with mysticism.
--Albert Einstein quotes
(German born American Physicist
who developed the special and
general theories of relativity.
Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921.