Christianity 201

October 8, 2011

Worship Weekend: Creation Calls

This is Thanksgiving weekend in Canada, and many of the songs sung at this time of year talk of seeing God’s splendor and power in nature. This song by one of Canada’s foremost worship writers, Brian Doerksen speaks to this so clearly:

I have felt the wind blow,
Whispering your name…
I have seen your tears fall,
When I watch the rain.

How could I say there is no God?
When all around creation calls!!
A singing bird, a mighty tree,
The vast expanse of open sea…

Gazing at a bird in flight,
Soaring through the air.
Lying down beneath the stars,
I feel your presence there.

I love to stand at ocean shore
And feel the thundering breakers roar,
To walk through golden fields of grain
With endless bloom horizons fray.

Listening to a river run,
Watering the Earth.
Fragrance of a rose in bloom,
A newborns cry at birth.

How can you say…

I love to stand at ocean shore
And feel the thundering breakers roar,
To walk through golden fields of grain
With endless bloom horizons fray

I believe
I believe

2 Comments »

  1. When we consider God’s creation – not only the heavens and earth around us, but all the complexities of nature and life – we CANNOT believe there is anything but a living God who designed and created everything and sustains it. I could never have enough faith to believe the evolutionist.

    Comment by meetingintheclouds — October 10, 2011 @ 4:17 pm | Reply

  2. […] continue your worship moment with the song Creation Calls by Brian Doerksen, click back to this post from one year […]

    Pingback by Finding Your Worship Moment « Christianity 201 — October 21, 2012 @ 6:04 pm | Reply


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