alone. The Moon dances around him, forever in step and seemingly aware of every
nuance of his orbit around the Sun. This dance is meaningful, even essential to
our existence, in much the same relationship as a couple of dancers. If the
Lunar Lady left her spot there by our side, life as we know it would lose much
of its beauty and vitality.
The moon’s gravity pulls at the Earth, with resulting fall and rising of
the sea level, first on one side and then the other of an ocean. This dance we
call tides, and the oceans would not be alive without the rocking motion of the
seawater. With the moon at arm's length, Adam Earth moves to the music of the galaxy,
in time with the rhythm of life. (The Hebrew word Adamah means earth. Adam was
made from the red earth.) This “tidal effect” the moon has on Earth moves not
only the seas, but creates atmospheric tides and tides in the earth’s crust as
I can’t see this month’s full Hunter’s Moon, but I know it’s out there
somewhere, in the same way that we know there are beautiful fish living on the
coral reef under the sea. The beauty of the moonlight fills my mind and the
peace of that known beauty floods my senses as if I could see its moonbeams and
feel the nightglow.
Genesis 1:3 And God said
Genesis 1:4 And God saw;
and God divided
Genesis 1:5 And God called
Genesis 1:6 And God said
Genesis 1:7 And God made
Genesis 1:8 And God called
Genesis 1:9 And God said
Genesis 1:10 And God called
Genesis 1:11 And God said …
This pattern continues through the creation account of Genesis one, and each
consecutive verse has more details, all dancing around the spoken Word of
God…for the Word of God created everything. He spoke the worlds into being.
Whatever you have your mind on now, I hope that the light of God’s Word
follows you into another day, dancing and spinning around your heart, as a
dancer in tune with the music of all Life…God’s Word.