2:301 – Where Ever You Look, God Is There.
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Today has been an interesting day. I went to write my #faithbites for today, and I had 666 posts on my site. Today, I read about what Kayne is doing with his Sunday Service and his new album. Then in my class tonight, we talked about the same topic that we’ve done over and over again just like church. We need to have that same message and we take something different about it every time.
What does this mean? Basically, God is everywhere you look. It’s hard to not see God in everything. Our society has taken the mystery of God away. All you have to do is look, and you will see he is everywhere.
- The eyes of the Lord are in every place, keeping watch on the evil and the good. – Proverbs 15:3
- I form light and create darkness, I make well-being and create calamity, I am the Lord, who does all these things. – Isaiah 45:7
- Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change. – James 1:17
God is ever where, every place, and every time. He made everything in creation. How could we not see him in it. Not only that but he is responsible for all perfect and good things.
God also gave us free will. We can chose to see him in everything and worship him (Matthew 22:37) or we can chose to see it all as random chance.
For me, I want to spend my time and energy looking for him in all places as it gives me even more reason to worship him.
How about you?
Look around today. Find something new. Do you see God there? Find something old. Is God there? You will be surprised how often he appears. Enjoy.
Father God, thank you for your presence in our lives. These God Moments change us and remind us we are not alone. You make yourself known in all things, we just have to choose to acknowledge you. Help us get caught up in your glory and not the world. Help us to share your word and your presence with everyone around us. Why would we want to live in a world without you? Let us be your light and your presence to others. In your name, Amen.