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.
Wonder Challenge: We want to see it with you! Tweet, post or pin a photo to Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram or your blog and hashtag #LIVEWONDERSTRUCK so we can see!
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