For God did not send the Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world might be saved through Him. John 3:17
I recently went to see the movie Gravity and I loved it. The views of Earth from space were stunning and they almost moved me to tears. Only two actors were used during the entire movie and it not only held my interest, it captivated me. Parts of it took my breath away, literally. I found myself wanting to take big gulps of air, especially for Sandra Bullock who was dynamic.
Watching this movie, watching our Earth from space made me see us how God must see us. I felt for us, I did. All of us with our piles of idols……our pack of worries and heartaches, our problems that seem so hugely monumental. Well, they are to us, anyway.
And I guess they are to God too, because He saw our plight. He saw our great need for a Savior, even when we didn’t see it ourselves.
And all these things that seem so big to us, so unsolvable, so wondrous, so lasting, are less than a breath to God.
I saw us as He does, as a people and a planet worth saving.
And none of the things we are so worried about right now today will matter in 20 years. They may not even matter next week.
Thank you God, for sending us a rescuer. A redeemer. Help us to know that even if we have no idea how we are going to solve our problems today, that somehow we will be okay.
Because you are here. And you promised never to leave or forsake us no matter what.
this photo is a digitally enhanced negative taken from 1972 Apollo 16 by Royce Bair/IronRodArt, some rights reserved
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