Photo courtesy of Trinity Lutheran ChurchPastor Erin Armstrong. ■ Erin Armstrong / Contributed This is how the Psalmist begins one of the great praises of God’s creation and how it relates to the work of God among human beings. God’s work is intimately related to the beauty of creation, and God’s existence and intentions are written into the very fabric of what we can see throughout the universe. And if creation can reveal God in its beauty, perhaps that means we should care for it as much as we claim to care for God. One of my favorite places is in the hills of Oak Glen. The Lutheran Church has a
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