How Creation Calls Us to Create

How Creation Calls Us to Create

It’s hard to look around the world and not be inspired to create. From the vast oceans to the sunsets and starry skies, to even the common flowers and insects, so much of what we experience in life calls us to think creatively, to dream up new ways of seeing and understanding, and to put our own fingerprints on this wonderfully diverse world that God has made. What are your thoughts? Have you ever been inspired by nature or creation?

We’ve been inspired by God’s creations and we feel that you are as well. The beauty of the earth has driven Melissa Delacruz’s, our co-founder, father, Stephen Bezas, to paint some watercolor artwork exclusively for the Christian Planner Family. There are three watercolor flower prints coming to the store this Thursday, March 24th.

There is something beautiful in every creation that God has made. When we take a moment and look at His creations, they invite us to create ourselves. The creativity of our Creator calls us to do what He did: create. Whether it’s creating art, music, or writing stories—each creation inspires us on a personal level. As believers, we should never miss an opportunity to be inspired by our creator! We hope that these watercolors contribute to the inspiration you feel from God each day. We invite you to allow Him to create something new in your life!

From beautiful sunsets to animals grazing, nature is full of hope. Nature gives us hope for what will come of us. Even death, chaos, and other calamities of nature are witness to the beauty of the system God created. We can trust that no matter our experience we are part of God's beautiful plan, and there is great purpose to our lives.

“But ask the animals, and they will teach you, or the birds in the sky, and they will tell you; or speak to the earth, and it will teach you, or let the fish in the sea inform you. Which of all these does not know that the hand of the Lord has done this? In his hand is the life of every creature and the breath of all mankind.”
Job 12:7-10 NIV

After a powerful storm or flood, look closely enough and new life always appears. It’s a message of resilience to us in even our darkest hours. We can become incredibly resilient as well. Despite hardship, we press on and rebuild. We create new life amidst ashes of former life. Christ invites us to let go of our will and align with his. The strength and spiritual foundation built with God is enough to endure all things.

This spring let us be like the flowers of the field and find new life and beauty through Christ.