We live in an environment that is comprised of both natural and artificial objects. The former is comprised of God's creations, which manifest themselves in all their varieties in a state of perfection, order, and beauty, while the latter consists of creations of man, which exhibit the frailties and imperfections common to mankind.
No occupation brings a person closer to nature than that of a shepherd. It was these humble, earthbound workers who heard "good tidings of great joy" and who saw "this thing which is come to pass" when called upon to witness the birth of our Creator. Shepherds live amidst nature, entirely removed from the artificial world that unfortunately tends to occupy our attention. Shepherds place themselves in a position to clearly see what we might call the first law of nature, which is order, followed by a second law, which is that everything in nature has a purpose, including our own mortal existence.
This simple book sets forth some of the great lessons of nature, set to rhyme and reason to signify the harmony of nature itself, as witnessed by a modern-day herdsman.
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|Size: ||1.7 MB|
|Publisher: ||Green Ivy|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781943955589 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|