Sunday, July 25, 2010

After the Message

Every vacation, every retreat, every worship experience inevitably comes to an end…then what?

In our encounters with God, do we become like the people who are always living for their next vacation?

Our encounter with God isn’t meant to be an every-now-an-then event – it’s an everyday relationship

Psalms – written by people who understood that God was part of their every moment and their every day

Talking to God from the slimy pit, the mountain top, an understanding that the earth is the Lord’s and everything in it

Psalm 139:1-10

vv. 7-10 – there isn’t anywhere we can go where God isn’t already there

My vacation with my family is over, it’s a once-a-year opportunity to be together, catch-up, enjoy each other separated from the schedules and demands of the everyday, but still we go back to the everyday yet we don’t forget each other – I call my mom everyday

How often are you calling on God? How much of your everyday does God get to be part of?

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