How the Cold Winds Praise the Lord

8 Fire and hail, snow and clouds; story wind, fulfilling His word…13 Let them praise the name of the Lord. (Ps. 148:8, 13)

I pondered this morning how God’s creation praises the name of the Lord (in Psalms 148). Much of the creation, like the snow and the cold winds have no will of their own. So how does it praise Him? I think the answer is in verse 8. It obeys His word. It fulfills the Lord’s will.

In the last couple days ice, wind and snow froze up Texas windmills, shutting down much of Texas.

Frozen wind turbines hamper Texas power output, state’s electric grid operator says

Nearly half of Texas’ installed wind power generation capacity has been offline because of frozen wind turbines in West Texas, according to Texas grid operators. Wind farms across the state generate up to a combined 25,100 megawatts of energy. But unusually moist winter conditions in West Texas brought on by the weekend’s freezing rain and historically low temperatures have iced many of those wind turbines to a halt.

I have a feeling that God is displeased with the Green new deal and with Biden and Kerry. I think He is telling us, “Look, I gave you oil and you shut it off. The oil is good. Use it. Use what I give you. Stop with the windmills. It’s a bad idea.”

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