Saturday, November 21, 2009

Water Drops

You won't believe this video! You can only see it because the camera takes the pictures at 2,ooo frames a second. Please watch it all the way through. I'm amazed at how much we still have to learn about our world.

Water acts like elastic? When it rains each drop bounces several times before it submerges with the whole puddle? Wonder what a rain storm really looks like to God? Does His ears hear each drop like the sound effects on that video? To me that is soooo cool!

But the shower picture and the comments really hit me. Waters elasticity is what holds the water drops together. Otherwise, how would it behave? Would the water be like a solid wall crashing down on us?

So many questions, but this I know,

"For by Him all things were created, both in the heavens and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities--all things have been created by Him and for Him. And He is before all things, and in Him all things hold together." Colossians 1:16-17

Our God holds each drop and holds each of us. Some of what's invisible to our naked eyes, we can now see with technology. How many more surprises does our Creator have in store for us?

All I gotta' say is: Way to Go God! You are Awesome!

I'm so glad water's soft.

Photo: karenevans


Karyn said...

He is so faithful!


Diane said...

Cool to watch. My 7 year old son enjoyed it too. :O)

Sara said...

what a great post! that verse is one of my absolute favorite verses...mind-boggling and comforting and expectant and hopeful and wonderful.....

Janna Qualman said...

That was awesome! And I like the way you've taken it to a deeper, more spirtitual level. Awesome.

PS. My word verif. is witings. Just lacking an r!

Karen said...

Karyn, yes He is!

Diane, I'm glad you AND you son enjoyed that. I'm still amazed everytime I watch it.

Sara, I smiled when you said that was one of your fav verses. "All things hold together" like your!

Janna, wasn't that wonderful. I don't think science has scraped the surface yet! Funny about your word verif. :0

Johnnie said...

Karen, that was phenomenal. Thanks for sharing.


Karen, You just keep amazing me with your insight and response to the world around you. thanks I ,too, thought the video was awesome and so is our God! Clella

Kathryn Magendie said...

Oh love science stuff! will go look at the video now!

Karen said...

Johnnie, you're so sweet, thanks.

Clella, I agree the video is wonderful!

Kathryn, you're gonna love this one!

Libbie said...

Thanks for sharing that...very cool! Yes God is so amazing!!! It is so fun to be continually learning about how complew creation is!