Experiencing The Presence Of God

The presence of God may be described as a small purple aromatic flower that defied the odds, and sprouted up through a cracked sidewalk in New York City.

The presence of God may be described as a small seed, which will grow to be a huge and powerful tree that will house many birds, critters, and give shade to those who need it.

The presence of God may be described as the graceful eagle soaring up in the clear blue sky, gliding on air in search for something to eat.

The presence of God may be described as a beautiful evening sunset freely giving away its vibrant colors, as the round disc of light dips below the horizon.

The presence of God may be described as thousands of gallons of white water gushing over the side of a mountain, falling into the pool of clear water below.

The presence of God may be described as diving in the warm azure waters off the Okinawa coast and watching the lively fish swim by as if they all had somewhere to go.

The presence of God may be described as peering up into the abyss of the midnight sky, in absolute awe and wonder at what our Creator God has made.

The presence of God may be described as the wind blowing the trees from side to side — as if they were dancing — at just the right moment to let you know that you are not going through it all alone.

The presence of God may be described as standing next to an immense mountain, while realizing how small you actually are.

The presence of God may be described as the look on a small poverty stricken child’s face, when he receives a small gift of a couple dollars.

The presence of God may be described as the birth of a newborn child screaming as she inhales for the first time.

The presence of God may be described as reading a passage in the Bible that makes absolutely no sense, until you are actually in a situation when it comes in handy.

The presence of God may be described as the unending love of family and friends with whom you share Christ as Savior. The presence of God may be described as the knowledge of God and how He sent His only son to die on the cross for the entire world.

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