Worship This Week
“The Unmistakable Vibrancy of God”
Sunday, February 11
We began Bible class with our kindergarten and first grade children this week with a question. “If you saw the coolest most fantastic thing you’d ever seen, whom would you tell?”
As always, their answers were interesting but no one said they would keep what they saw to themselves!
Jesus wanted to share with Peter, James, and John the coolest most fantastic thing in the world, but then he told them to keep it to themselves. He wasn’t quite ready for the world to see the fullness of his vibrancy.
One of the great ironies of the Bible is that we cannot fully describe that which is unmistakable.
This is so because there are no words nor images, apart from the aid of the Holy Spirit, to completely describe or depict the vibrancy Christ displayed at the top of the mountain that day.
He is the revelation of God to the world, the name above every name.
And we are, much like Peter, James, and John, eventually called to proclaim his name and reflect his vibrancy to the world….
Sunday’s message is “Sharing the Unmistakable Vibrancy of God.”
Hope to see you then!
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