This post is going to be short and sweet (I think). I’m fascinated by astronomy, and when our pastor centered an entire sermon on the workings of the universe and the vastness of space, I was intrigued. I’ve never really had anyone approach the authority of God quite in the manner that he did. I mean, yeah, the vastness of creation has been alluded to in past sermons I have heard. But he went into depth, with visuals.
Call me weak and unknowledgeable. But have you ever considered how everything in our world, in our universe, and beyond, works in such perfect and amazing detail and complexity? I have a really, really difficult time believing all of this “just happened.”
From “The Majesty and Glory of Your Name” arranged by Tom Fetke:
When I gaze into the night sky
And see work of Your fingers
The Moon and Stars suspended in space
Oh what is Man that You are Mindful of him?
(by the way, I am pretty sure the following is the exact arrangement of Majesty and Glory of Your Name we play and played on this morning.)