Since the Garden

July 20, 2012

The island on its pedestal reflected on the granite blue water beneath it. Trees part gracefully to reveal the supervision of distant steel peaks. The clouds are so few as to serve only as a highlight to perfection. Near sounds of lapping water orchestrate the lakes power to transport us to a heavenly calm.

It is so majestic as to be unworldly. This place in upstate New York, like a few other places on earth is a snapshot of Gods mighty power. It is beyond mans imagination to conceive or ability to produce. That may just be the point of it all.

Men often promise to give you heavenly things on earth in their quest for power. Mark Levin calls it Ameritopia. Mr. Levin is a brilliant man; Few are brighter. A man does not have to be a legal or biblical scholar to see that the con artists of our age who promise you the world and everything in it like the devil in the Garden of Eden, can’t give you what you already have.

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2 Responses to Since the Garden

  1. Honest Conservative on July 20, 2012 at 2:32 pm

    TY so much

  2. Anna on July 20, 2012 at 12:17 pm

    Pat, you brought tears to my eyes. The real upstate New York (north of Albany) has always been Heaven in my imagination. And it is from this foundational belief that I have drawn the strength to resist the worldly temptations cast before us as distractions. God can be found in the quiet moments, especially when you experience the vast natural beauty of northern New York. Perhaps that is why Democrats fight so hard to chase people and business out of the state…for once a good person witnesses it for themselves, they are changed for the better. I can only imagine how such beauty would eat at a person who does not acknowledge the Creator.

    Excellent piece and a reminder of God’s palm print on our earth.

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