Sometimes nature shouts like the thunder of waves on a rocky shore. Sometimes it whispers like autumn leaves that dance from the treetops to the forest floor. Always it carries a message. God has spoken clearly through the work of His hands.
Pablo Yoder treats us to another amazing tour of plants and wildlife in Central and South America in The Work of His Hands, a companion to his earlier book, Work of Thy Fingers. From a two-toed sloth to the giant Amazon water lily to a lumbering hippopotamus, each chapter is brimful of joyful enthusiasm for God’s creation. Gain a deeper appreciation for God’s handiwork through stories, facts, and photographs that display His might, creativity, and magnificence.