God of Wonders

While Grandpa and Chamy talk about creation, Liz and Morrie stumble across the unexpected in the woods. So why is God sometimes called the God of Wonders?

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Memory Verse

“How many are your works, Lord! In wisdom you made them all; the earth is full of your creatures.”

Audio Icon   Psalm 104:24



In this episode, Grandpa and Chamy have a long talk about creation and evolution, while Liz sees one of the wonders of creation right before his eyes.

Have you ever thought about all that God has made? He created birds and animals and plants with beauty—cardinals, polar bears, and wildflowers. He created things that are useful to us—fruit and vegetables to eat and wind and water for renewable energy. He made some things that he probably knew we would laugh at—kittens, giraffes, you and me.

He could have made the world so that everyone and everything looked alike. He could have made just one food, so that we ate the same thing every day. But he made what he did because he loves us. Before sin corrupted the world, it was perfect. There’s a lot wrong with it, and us, now. But we can still see evidence of his original design. And we can know that, when we trust him, we will someday see it all perfect again.

Want to dig deeper and learn about God’s creation? Check out Psalm 19:1, Psalm 104:24-25, and Romans 1:20.


Take a walk around a park in your neighborhood. Observe God’s creation and thank him for making such an interesting world. Find something to take home—a rock with an interesting shape, an old bird’s nest, a pine cone. Put it in your room, and whenever you see it, let it be a reminder to you to thank God for all he’s made.