If you have ever taken a minute to observe a hungry infant, you have seen just how desperate they can be. It doesn’t matter if a bottle is delayed by one minute or ten, the reaction of hunger holds the same intensity. The need to eat is relentless and demanding. The cry for food is most often loud, angry, and repetitive. The craving so strong that their natural instinct is to fight for it.
As you do not know the path of the wind, or how the body is formed in a mother’s womb, so you cannot understand the work of God, the Maker of all things.
As a human race, we have made many scientific and technological advances to better understand things like the anatomy and weather patterns. As advanced as we are, however, there are still so many things that bewilder, amaze, and amuse us – including the human body and the weather!
If we can be amazed by the things that we do know, imagine all of the things we do not.