The Light Now Ours
September 3, 2023

The Light Now Ours

Passage: Psalm 8:1-9, John 1:1-14
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When God’s Majesty is seen accommodating the relative inferiority of mankind, it staggers the (human) imagination. Pondering the ever-expanding universe alongside the miniscule planet on which we live is equally an exercise in jaw-dropping awe. From time immemorial brave attempts have been made to articulate Creation’s beauty and expansiveness - none, ultimately, having succeeded.

“My intentions are not always yours, and I do not go about things as you do. My thoughts and My ways are above and beyond you, just as heaven is far from your reach here on earth.” Isaiah 55:8,9, VOICE

The greatest good fortune for a man of thought is to have fathomed what can be fathomed, and peacefully to respect what is unfathomable. Goethe

Psalm 8:1-9; John 1:1-14
1. vv. 1-5 - Light ___________________________________________________

2. vv. 6-9 – Light __________________________________________________

3. vv. 10–14 – Light ________________________________________________

“I look at your macro-skies, dark and enormous, your handsome sky-jewelry, moon and stars mounted in their settings. Then I look at my micro-self and wonder, why do you bother with us? Why take a second look our way?” Psalm 8:3,4, The MESSAGE

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