What do the works of God declare?


"The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament shows His handiwork. Day unto day utters
speech, and night unto night shows knowledge. There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not
heard." Ps. 19:1-3. See margin.
NOTE - God designed that the Sabbath should direct the minds of men to His created works, and
through these to Him, the Creator. Nature itself speaks to our senses, telling us that there is a God, the
Creator and Supreme Ruler of the universe. The Sabbath, ever pointing to God through nature, was
designed to keep the Creator constantly in mind. The proper keeping of it, therefore, must naturally tend to
prevent idolatry, atheism, agnosticism, infidelity, irreligion, and irreverence; and, promoting the knowledge
and fear of God, must of necessity be a deterrent to sin. In this may its value and importance he seen.

What two facts testify to the union of divinity and humanity in Christ?
To whom does God reveal the secrets of the future?
What has ever been the theme of God's prophets?
What portion of the 2300 days (years) mentioned in the vision, was allotted to the Jews?
Was the ceremonial law a complete law in itself?
When Paul wished to preach the true God to the idolatrous Athenians, how did he describe Him?
Before whom are we said to speak?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle