I love the story of Teddy Roosevelt who used to take his friends outside at night, look up at the stars and recite the wonders of God’s creation.

Marveling at the Milky Way, the searching out the spiral Galaxy of Andromeda…

After awhile he would say, “Now I think we’re small enough.  Let’s go to bed!”

Similarly, Isaiah wrote, “‘To whom will you compare me?  Or who is my equal?…’ says the Holy One.

Lift up your eyes and look to the heavens; who created all these?  He who brings out the starry host one by one, and calls them each by name.

Because of His great power and mighty strength not one of them is missing.” (40:25-27)

What practices put life in proper perspective for you?                                        What helps you humble yourself before God?

As Winnie the Pooh says, “I am a bear of small brain.”  Here are just a few images that help me worship a giant of a God beyond my capacity to comprehend.