Psalm 19 is one of my favorite Psalms to read, pray, and meditate on. It is full of striking truth and beautiful praises to the Lord. The words of this passage captivate and comfort its readers. The very first verse in Psalm 19 takes our attention.
“The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands” (Psalm 19:1).
This verse is profound, indeed, but what exactly does it mean? King David wrote the powerful words found in this chapter; it contains words that cause our minds to wonder and our hearts to consider what we really come to know about God from this Psalm.
When David wrote the beginning of this Psalm, I can imagine him looking around, admiring the grandiosity of nature – the clear blue sky, the array of colors, and the vast night sky filled with hundreds and hundreds of glistening stars. What David meant in this verse is that the creation of God, the beauty and awe of nature, shows us the work of God and the existence of God. Nature unashamedly proclaims that God is real and He is our Creator.
But could it mean much more?
Yes. It does.
This book is an introductory study of the Original Zodiac which was once accepted by every ancient culture on earth until the Chinese changed theirs several centuries before Jesus was born.
According to Jewish tradition, it was given to Adam, written down by Enoch, taught to Shem and passed to Abraham and the Jewish people.
If you’re interested in the “Gospel in the Stars” then this is what you’re wanting to read.