God is a part of our everyday lives more than we realize.
And when I say “everyday lives,” I mean that in its simplest, most plainest terms.
What makes God great isn’t just that he cares enough about great things to enter into them… but that he cares enough about small things to enter into them, too.
“If he were to come today as he did then, he could carry out his mission through most any decent and useful occupation. He could be a clerk or accountant in a hardware store, a computer repairman, a banker, an editor, doctor, waiter, teacher, farmhand, lab technician, or construction worker. He could have run a housecleaning service or repair automobiles.
In other words, if he were to come today he could very well do what you do.
He could very well live in your apartment or house, hold down your job, have your education and life prospects, and live within your family surroundings and time. None of this would be the least hindrance to the eternal kind of life that was his by nature and becomes available to us through him.”
How about it?
- In what ways is God a part of the most dirt-level, common part of your life, right now?
- In what ways might you need to pause and thank Him for that?