Whose hand could shape such a world as this,
where winds and waterfalls rage in power,
where snowflakes glisten and sunsets glow
and beauty adorns each flower?
Near, far, they are all around,
the signs of greatness and thoughtful care;
look, listen, the truth is found
in the clues the Creator gave us.

Whose mind could dream such a universe:
of star and starfish, of fjord and field;
of landscapes dancing to seasons' tunes
and wonders yet unrevealed?
Near, far, it is all around,
the joy of God's creativity;
look, listen, the truth is found
in the clues the Creator gave us.

Whose heart could hold such a world in love,
and kindle hope in the darkest night,
till courage rises and beauty thrives,
awoken by truth and light?
Near, far, they are all around,
the pointers telling us God is good;
look, listen, the truth is found
in the clues the Creator gave us.


Martin E Leckebusch (b.1962)
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