next year I’m planning a series called “be the moon” that talks about reflecting the light of the Son, and orbiting our lives around Him, recognizing, that we are not the center of the universe. I have been reading and watching lots of documentaries about the moon and space, and it has led me to several conclusions, but here is quick one:
the earth is like a
floating through the night sky.
(kind of like the whos in Horton hears a who!- which is another story, sermon and blog all together)
but space is filled with lots of stuff.
and lots of stars. lots and lots of stars. too many to count- if you can fathom that. I read recently that the amount of stars in space is equivalent to the amount of grains of sand on the shores of all the beaches on the entire earth. that’s crazy. especially when you consider just how big these stars are and how much light and energy they produce-
one for each grain of sand of every beach on every coastline-
God has the capacity to know quite a bit!
if God knows all those stars,
knowing all those people must be no problem!
there are way more stars than people!
in all of history, in ONE heavenly city;
but when you think about how BIG and VAST space is,
I think God could find the space-
I’m sure that it would be no problem for Him to find a place for you and me-