One of the brilliant parts of living in Southwest Colorado is the night sky. We look up into the night and there are billions of tiny points of light staring back at us. It's absolutely breathtaking.
This star Eta Carinnae is one of the brightest spots in the galaxy. It's 100 times bigger than the sun, and has the brilliance of the universe all around it.
Often, I take a look up in the sky and am reminded, 'The heavens declare the glory of God and the firmament showeth His handiwork.'
There's a lot of space stuff out there. Have you ever wondered why all that is created? What if God was just showing off when He created all that we see. It's a beautiful sight to let your mind wander through the night sky, and remember there is a God who cares for you and I.