Whenever I see spectacular cloud formations like this, I usually stop and take a photo. In fact, I’ve got a folder filled with photos I’ve taken of clouds of every type, shape and color, in different states and countries around the world.
While I typically only look skywards when there’s something drawing my interest, there’s an ancient Jewish saying that encourages all believers to "... know what is above you; an eye that sees and an ear that hears." The idea is that God is always watching over his children from above. Jewish believers remind themselves of this by wearing head-coverings like yarmulkas - a physical reminder that something is above them.
Whenever I'm heading to bed at night, I like to go into each of my daughters' bedrooms to check in on them, make sure they’re okay, and see that their covers are still on them. I like to think God is doing the same when He looks down on us every night and every day - just checking we're ok.
Today, look at the clouds and be reminded that you are not alone, and that your Heavenly Father is watching over you.
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