'When I consider Your Heavens, the work of Your fingers...' Psalm 8:3 NKJ
Take a sec to think about the suburb you live in. Then, consider the communities and suburbs that make up your electorate. And how many electorates there are in your country. And how many countries on the face of the earth? 'Ok, now zoom out. Our earth is floating amongst a whole lot of stars, and other planets. And that's just the Milky Way, one of many galaxies. Bottom line: each one of us is a very small part of a very large universe.
Now, we aren't trying to send you into some sort of existential crisis. In fact, it's the opposite. Think of all of that as context to this: God. Knows. You.
Yes, we might feel overwhelmed at how absolutely tiny we are in the context of this staggeringly huge universe, but God still sees us. And He loves what He sees. Romans 1:20 suggests that one of the reasons that God made the universe so, well, drop-dead stunning is for us. It says '...since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities - His eternal power and divine nature - have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made...' Everything that God has made, from the complexities of the human body, to the mahooosive expanse of space, is one of the ways He shows Himself to us.
So what now? In Psalm 8, David talks about how he can see God's glory in the world around him. Go read it.
SoulFood: Gen 17-19, John 13:31-38, Ps 118:1-9, Pro 31:6-9