Jan 20 – Where is God

Where is this God that created us, that made us to worship him?

Why do the nations say,
“Where is their God?” ~~Psalm 115:2 (NIV)

Why do the unbelieving nations ask where our God is?  Could it be because we are not being the reflection of Him that we are suppose to be?

Why should the nations ask,
“Where is your God?”  ~~Psalm 115:2 (CEV)

Even the wise men, believing in the Christ child before they saw him, had to ask where He was; but, they were looking for a person, not a God.

After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea,
during the time of King Herod,
Magi from the east came to Jerusalem and asked,
“Where is the one
who has been born king of the Jews?
We saw his star when it rose
and have come to worship him.”           ~~Matthew 2:1-2

We forget our God is everywhere and that is where we can meet Him, anywhere.  Christ, while man, could only be met with in person, but God is and has always been, available everywhere.  We just have to look, to listen, to speak, to pray, to open our hearts.

The wise men turned to the star for guidance, not understanding where it would take them or what they would have to endure.  We have God’s word and His Holy Spirit to guide us.  It may not be a something you can see, feel, or touch, but it is real and present.  So the next time someone asks you, “Where is your God”, extend your hand and say “let me introduce you” and then using prayer and God’s Word, let them see Him.  And in the process you too will see Him, maybe better than you’ve ever seen Him before.

Father, Let me meet You right here, right now.  Let my heart be open to feel you and my eyes to see you.  Grant me the answer to share about where you are.

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Published by: seekersofchrist

After a time of rest, it's time to resurrect this blog with a light on prayer and building our own personal prayer garden. A woman of faith, I want to share my personal insights into God and the Gospel in the hopes that these touch another heart, encouraging them to come to Christ.

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