Understanding God is to understand His perfect nature.
The prism of light reflects a rainbow in the sky. A reminder of promises kept. Yet, there is something else. God is the source of light that brings wisdom and knowledge of who He is.
In a world of consuming darkness, prisms of light reflect God’s goodness and mercy. The beauty of nature, the goodness extended from one person to another. These are all reminders of His presence in this world, His love, and His mercy.
They are reminders that God is God and I am not. He is perfect and I am far from it.
Faith means trusting God’s wisdom and resting in the fact that there is more to life than we can possibly know. Receiving God’s wisdom is recognizing His handiwork in our past. Recalling His goodness helps build trust in how He is actively shaping our present.
We fight the incoming tide of discouragement by deliberately sitting at the Lord’s feet and hear His words about promises in life that really matter. Is there no greater honor than knowing your name is on the lips of Christ our Savior?
Sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with others is one of the most daunting exercises of our faith.
I wonder how many bucket lists include going door-to-door to share the gospel of Jesus Christ.