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God's Greatness

By: Arnie Cole and Michael Ross

Today's passage

"You were shown these things so that you might know that the LORD is God; besides him there is no other.... Acknowledge and take to heart this day that the LORD is God in heaven above and on the earth below. There is no other."


-Do I live as though God is truly all-powerful and all-loving?

-How can I maintain that sense of awe in the day-to-day?

-How does God show me His power and love in my life?

We might read these verses and think well, it was easier to see the hand of God at work in Old Testament times, with the burning bushes and the parting of the Red Sea and all the plagues, but what about now? Where are the signs that show the almighty, awesome God in the here and now?The truth is, though, God shows us His presence every day, through signs and wonders big and small. But in the tumult of our fast-paced days, we don't slow down long enough to glimpse His work. We don't stop long enough to quiet the cacophony of iPods, iPhones, televisions, radios, and the Internet to hear the whispers He intends just for us. Our almighty God is with us--we simply need to open our ears to hear and our eyes to see.


Ask for Change: Lord, I am always on the go, moving at frenetic pace with my eyes focused on accomplishing the next thing. Help me slow down so that I can see and hear You. I want to experience Your awesome presence in my daily life.

Consider what's real: Try keeping a simple gratitude list to help you focus on the gifts God lavishes on you every day. Keep your eyes and ears open for the presence of God and then jot these occurrences into a notebook. Sometimes it's helpful to go back to review a concrete record of God's blessings in our lives and take note of the big picture.

Additional verses to consider: 1 Samuel 12:16, Psalm 46:10

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