Asking Big Questions-- without settling for small answers
After carefully doing a photo-shoot of a fused glass sculpture, I was chagrined to find that in my excitement I had failed to examine the camera lens: It was covered with dirt.
The dust on the lens did nothing whatever to change the quality of the glass workmanship or the value of the finished sculpture; it was just as glossy and beautiful as it had been before I took the pictures. The only thing the dirt impacted was the quality of the images taken through it.
Our view of God, our understanding of His Word, does nothing to change Him. He remains the same and His Word is still true whatever we think. We are the only losers when we judge His work prematurely or question how something that looks so wrong could possibly turn out right.
The goal of this blog is to help us see the Invisible God in ordinary things, to ask big questions without settling for small answers.
Why does it matter? Because seeing God changes us.
Interact with me about what you read. Disagree or approve. We are in this process together and, by God’s grace can learn to see the visible in light of the Invisible.