As believers it is easy for us to normalize our God’s greatness. We can easily become numb to His greatness and the miracles He works. Think of your favorite restaurant for example; you get so used to them making your favorite dish well until you have that one experience where it’s not up to par with your standards. Doesn’t mean the restaurant become nasty all of the sudden right?
In the midst of pandemics, racial injustice, unemployment, not being able to walk the stage or the church “shutting down” we can easily lose sight of His greatness. Do you not remember who provided that job for you? Do you not remember who was with you every step of your educational journey? Have you forgotten that we ourselves are the church not the physical building we worship in?
2 Corinthians 5:21 says, “God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God”. I was reminded of the gravity of such a sacrifice last night. He gave His only son for you and I. I pray that verse gives you the same feeling of gratitude that it filled me with.
Never lose sight of how loved you are. Never lose sight of whose you are. Our God is greater than anything the world will offer us. Our God is greater than any obstacle we may encounter. Our God is greater than any worry we will ever have. We serve a great God. I encourage you brothers and sisters to never be desensitized to the greatness of our God.