Seeing God in the mundane

The challenge before us today is for God’s people to recapture the apostolic worldview that begins with removing the hard dichotomy of sacred and secular. As we move out into the world our prayer should be for God to open our eyes to see Him in big and small ways within the “mundane.”

We need to enlarge our understanding
of what really is spiritual.

If God can speak through donkeys and drop food from ravens and heal people who dip in dirty rivers and pursue reluctant prophets with large fish, if God can appear in a desert bush or show up on a mountain top or take a ride in a fisherman’s boat or speak to a fear-filled man in a cave, God can be seen and experienced at your place of work, school, home or wherever you live life during the other six days of His creation week.

–Darrow Miller

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