Have you ever seen something in this world and suddenly find yourself awestruck because what you're actually seeing is God in the creation? That's what happened when I saw this new video I've posted of the world's 2nd largest indoor aquarium. As any blogger who visits and looks around this blog will know, I have an affinity for fish and water scenes. This video epitomizes all of that. However, it's really about how awestruck I was when I saw this. At first, I just sat and gazed at it, but then when the biggest whale shark glides gently onto the screen from the left side, I just burst into tears and could only say, "my God my God"....not in a way to take His name in vain, but in saying to Him, "oh hear me my God, for I am in awe of You." My heart felt pure reverence and awe at what He has created, from the smallest to the largest of living things. Even the capacity that humans have to contain such things is awesome in it's own right. I only post videos that strike me to my core or speak for me in some way. As we see, there are only two. Jefferson Bethke speaks for me fully in saying that Jesus is greater than religion, and now this video of God's ability to create such beauty that I can't find the words to describe it. It makes me ponder God! I hope you'll also want to sit quietly and watch this video. Don't watch from the outside in, but from the inside out. Watch the large rays glide by like underwater birds. Watch the tiniest of schooling fish suddenly dart past with great bursts of speed. Even the bubbles from the air tanks of the divers is awesome the way it glistens to the surface. Perhaps it's just my personality that makes this so awesome, or perhaps it's because I can see my God.
Video is found on the right sidebar of the page.