Where do you see God in your life? It’s a question that stumps many. When asked, most people will blurt out things like the birth of their child or when they got married. Rarely do they say things like: when I got cancer, when my husband left, or when my baby died.
Like Moses, we associate seeing God with good times and mountain top experiences. Yet when Moses saw God he got a surprise (Exodus 33-34). God’s glory wasn’t about wonder, power or awesomeness. That kind of thing floated Pharaoh’s boat. What Moses saw was mercy, grace, forgiveness, and responsibility.
It is often in moments of frailty that we see God most clearly. When everything seems hopeless. When we’re busted and bleeding. When our future has dried up and blown away. God’s glory is found in the things of this world because that’s where Jesus hangs out. So why not come along to Basement on Sunday from 10am and learn to see your world differently.