By June Galle Krehbiel

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Tyler stared at his little brother. "I bet you're right. " Just when we humans think we've finally begun to understand everything God has created, we discover another part of life we didn't know about before. The amazing thing about creation is that God made everything. It is God we praise in Psalm 148. Angels, heavens, sun, moon, and stars are included in the same psalm of praise with animals, birds, and people. God made them all, including quasars the size of our solar system, and kids the size of Mark and Tyler.

God communicates with us in amazing ways, too. God talked to Jacob in a dream, and Jacob realized it was God leading him. "God was here," he said. Has God talked to youthrough a dream, through music, art, or nature? Did you feel God's presenceduring a friend's visit, in quiet worship time, or when you were sick? God's time with you may be dramatic or calm, loud or quiet. And, no matter whether we've just biked ten miles or been wakened from a night's sleep on a rock, God can speak and we can listen.

Think about changes that have happened to you or someone in your family. How did you feel because of these changes? How was your life different? God told Abram and Sarai to leave the place where they had lived for many years. They trusted God to guide them, and God promised to give them many children and grandchildren. Because of God's promise and because Abram and Sarai obeyed God, they became the people God wanted them to be. But they had to change. When you put on your shoes the next time, think about God talking to you.

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