Yesterday, our pastor said something I completely agree with. He said that he had trouble understanding how people can refuse the gift of God, salvation.
And then I thought, you might have said yes to the gift of salvation, but you don’t always say yes to the greater gift of knowing God.
I get excited when Bryan comes home. I’m eager to hear about his day and spend time with him. I enjoy reading his Facebook, Twitter, and texts during the day. But I don’t always have that same excitement for knowing God who I’m sure my husband would agree is greater than he is.
Our sermon yesterday was on the first eight verses of Revelation. Verse 5 days that those who hear the words of this book are blessed. It’s true. I was blessed to hear about a God who not only was and is to come, but also a God who is, who wants to be a part of my present. I know that, but sometimes I need a reminder.
John 17:3 And this is eternal life, that they know you the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent.
Did you get any great insights this weekend?