Spurgeon: In the convolutions of creation we hear the praises of God


C. H. Spurgeon comments on Psalm 48:10, in our Bible reading for today:

According to thy name, O God, so is thy praise unto the ends of the earth.

Great fame is due to his great name. The glory of Jehovah’s exploits overleaps the boundaries of earth; angels behold with wonder, and from every star delighted intelligences proclaim his fame beyond the ends of the earth. What if men are silent, yet the woods, and seas, and mountains, with all their countless tribes, and all the unseen spirits that walk them, are full of the divine praise. As in a shell we listen to the murmurs of the sea, so in the convolutions of creation we hear the praises of God.

Would you like to hear starts and whales singing a symphony of praise to God? Check out Louie Giglio’s “mash-up” from the Desiring God National Conference in September 2011.

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