April 6

DAILY READINGS: Leviticus 13:24-59; Psalm 118:1-29; Mark 4:1-20

The fool says in his heart, “There is no God.” Psalm 53:1

To be a fool is to be without common sense or wisdom. The wise man will contemplate creation and marvel. He sees that earth orbits the sun at the right distance to sustain life. He delights in the great lakes without which no life would survive. He is amazed at the countless species of plant and animal life. He studies his own body and marvelous brain and stands in awe. All of this proclaims a Creator, infinitely wise and powerful. Only a fool will say that there is no God. Do not be a fool. Come to know God through the Lord Jesus Christ. —Donald L. Norbie

I sing the wisdom that ordained the sun to rule the day,
The moon shines forth at His command and all the stars obey.
—Isaac Watts