Has a person ever woke up in the morning and walked outside only to find trash (i.e. a can, papers, or bags) thrown in their yard. A mess they did not make but are no responsible for cleaning up. Does not seem very fair to most people. Look at the way God may think. God looks down and sees the care his people puts into the very planet that He created for them. People burning things into the atmosphere ruining the protective ozone layer that is over the Earth. Some people do not even think that the ozone layer exists even though The United States and over 180 other countries, saw that certain chemicals were causing the layer to start breaking down. To fight against those threats they signed the Montreal Protocol, this treaty agreed to phase…show more content… It can protect life on earth or harm it, but we have the power to influence ozone 's impact by the way we live.” ("Good Up High Bad Nearby - What Is Ozone?) This quote carries a very good point at the end of it. “The way we live.” Most Christians assume that if they are living for God and doing what the Bible says they are doing well in the eyes of God. That is true, Christians are called to a life of worship and service to God. The idea is that Christians do not recognize that there is a problem with the way they are living their lives that affects the planet. Personally, having heard sayings like “This planet is only temporary.” And “It will all fade away in the end.” These statements are true but it is taking advantage of the land God has provided for humanity. Being taught in the Bible that Christians should care for all of God’s creation, this expands to more than just humans, but to the animals and land as well. God in Genesis 2:15 took Adam, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it. If God did not care about the status of the Earth why would personally take Adam to the field just to take care of it. “For it pleased the Father that in him should all fullness dwell; And, having made peace through the blood of his cross, by him to reconcile all things unto himself; by him, I say, whether they be things in earth, or things in heaven.” (Barker and Burdick Colossians 1:19-20) Paul writes that to reconcile all things to…show more content… Someone who has never actively thought about being green, may not know how and when to start. Start small, by doing so it could look like several different examples. Start recycling, taking the time to sort trash into appropriate bins can go a long way. Reusing plastics, metals, and paper will help save trees and keep from metals and plastics being burned in the waste yard. By keeping those products away, you are preserving the Earth and helping by not wasting trees. Why not start a garden with a different assortment of foods being grown? By doing this you will be using the land like God intended it and taking better care of your own body by using organic foods instead of processed foods. After getting use to these everyday task, go out and teach others about the damages that they could be doing to the environment and encourage them to look at different solutions for their everyday lives. Going out and teaching others can lead to relationships being formed and could also help teach others about Christ and the reason why Christ cares about the Earth.