Cricket Symphony

 

Cricket Symphony by Karen Jurgens

Have you ever heard the recording of crickets? Their chirping is slowed down, revealing an amazing song. Click on the link below to listen:

LINK TO CRICKET SYMPHONY

Pretty amazing, don’t you think? Now whenever I hear their chirping in the trees, I rejoice with them in praising God.

As the verse says, “Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord” ~ Psalm 150:6, NASB.

Wishing you a day full of the praises of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

8 thoughts on “Cricket Symphony

  1. Crickets and frogs singing in the night have always been a comfort to me, a concert where God tells me everything’s all right! Think about it…they don’t sing in the storms. Praise Him for the song of the crickets! Thanks so much, Karen.

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    • Thanks for sharing this, DiAne. It’s interesting that their chirping puts me to sleep, like a lullaby. We’re actually hearing their song of praise to God. Have a blessed day, dear friend. ❤️

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  2. Wow, this is amazing! It’s so relaxing to listen to that. I’ve always connected with nature when I go out running. I think Meghan pointed out to me one time that nature praises God. Now I always see it – even just the way the flowers grow and their leaves extend up – like they’re lifting their hands to God. You can see evidence of the Lord everywhere in nature if you just look for it.

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    • I love your comment about the leaves lifting their “hands” to God. What an astute observation! Scripture says even the rocks would cry out if no one would praise God. Nature is full of praises to God if we just pay attention. Even outer space is noisy with praise. Did you know the stars sing? XO

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