21 Days of Wonder: Sunset

Margaret —  January 29, 2013 — 9 Comments

21 Days of Wonder SUNSET

God’s creation invites us to open our eyes to ten thousand wonders. [Tweet this] Take time to watch the sunset and admire God’s handiwork. Consider setting an alarm so you don’t miss it, and invite a friend. You can check online to find out what time the sun will dip below the horizon where you live. Depending on your location, you may want to travel to a hill or tall building nearby to catch a better view. Observe the sky and the shape of the clouds. Watch how the light shifts and changes ever so slowly. Look for colors and hues, even if it’s a cloudy day. Spend a few moments thanking God for his wondrous goodness and gifts—which he shares with all of humanity day in and day out. Share the beauty you see by snapping a photo of the sunset.

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9 responses to 21 Days of Wonder: Sunset

  1. One of my favorite things to do is watch a sunrise or sunset….nothing seems to put God’s greatness into perspective like taking this in…especially if I get to watch it come up over the ocean. Just beautiful. I took a nice photo of the sunset last night and shared it on Facebook yesterday. They never get old. 🙂

  2. You’ll never see the same sunset twice, that is how incredible our God is!

  3. I never seem to have a camera when the sun is setting. So last week I said to my hubby let’s go in the golf cart and see if I can take a picture across the golf course. That’s the one I put up on Twitter. I was focused and going to get a shot. It wasn’t the best but I did managed to get it.

    Love counting the gifts at JOY DARE and reading your wonder posts and reading your book. Oh would that there were a few more hours in the day.


  4. I am going to be totally honest. I prefer sunrises. However, this really helped change my perspective a bit 🙂 http://shimergap.blogspot.com/2013/02/wonderstruck-23-sunset.html

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