Often times I think of God as the holy invisible, the unseen Maker, the hiding weaver of evidence. But there are moments here and there where time takes a break and I am overcome with the reality of His presence.
Where I see color and creation, laughter and relationships, as good and perfect gifts that exist because He does.
Where I notice that all these things are a direct result of a God who lives and works and IS among us, not because we believe, but because He does.
On this November day, allow him to gently pull you into this present moment, perhaps to see with new eyes the ways in which he is working, weaving evidence of his presence into your daily minute, stitch by loving stitch.
“The heavens are telling of the glory of God; And their expanse is declaring the work of His hands. Day to day pours forth speech, and night to night reveals knowledge.” Psalm 19:1-2
I need to remember this telling. I desperately need to look up, around, within, and see the declaring of the work of His hands. I long to remember to notice on purpose the God Who Sees and works among us. Today, this minute, share with us: What do you see telling the glory of God?
by Emily Freeman, Chatting at the Sky