“It rises at one end of the heavens and makes its circuit to the other; nothing is deprived of its warmth.” Psalm 19:6
The sun rises in the east and finishes its journey to the west only to begin the journey again. The sun cannot be missed, because even on the cloudiest of days there is still some light. To say there is no sun would be foolish because of its clear existence in the sky. If we fail to see the sun, we can certainly feel its effects. The author’s point was rather poignant at the end of this discourse comparing one’s inability to see God to one’s inability to recognize the sun.
There are many things in this world which point us to God, and it may do us good to understand how we are directing others to God. We may not be able to use such adequate poetry as David did, but can we live out life pointing others to Jesus. First, He must be living in us in such a way that others see Him living out of us. There is a difference between knowing Jesus and living in Him with such enthusiasm that He lives out of us.
Wouldn’t it be a great place in our faith if others could recognize God in us as clearly as they see the sun rising in the morning? When others see us, they see the light of His Glory and desire to walk in such hope.
Today in the Workplace:
Let others see God in you today!