- Sun, Mar 28, 2010
- Doctrine and Theology
Natural vastness inspires, but it rarely results in an intimate togetherness with God. The rapture we feel standing before the Grand Canyon is more likely to erupt in a shout than in a conversation. The soaring galaxies are more prone to cause us to take our eyes from heaven and ask, “Father, are you there?” The best answers never come from beyond us. Why? Because God best declares himself from within us.
God becomes visible to those who look for him in the right place. Therefore, no eye—no literal eye—can see him! No ear can hear him! No ...