Art In Worship
I’m on a journey of celebrating humanity. Jesus was human.
God is making me more childlike the older I get.
“You have to write the book that wants to be written. And if the book will be too difficult for grown-ups, then you write it for children.”
― Madeleine L'Engle
Children don’t think they can be too big or too glorious, they live from imagination.
We are the result of the imagination of God.
God gave me a vision of being in a subway underground and there was a painting on one wall and a stage on the other. The painting was one of a kind. I would go to the painting and look at it until I was moved and then I would go to the stage, pick up a megaphone and try to tell people about the painting. I would get discouraged because people weren’t listening. And I would run back and forth between the stage and the painting. The Lord said you can stop going to the stage, just go to the painting. And I just stood at the painting and cried and let the painting happen.
Being humble isn’t making yourself small, it’s realising how big HE is.
How David understood the mysteries of God is by meditating on His wonders.
Remembering has to do with re-membering. Bringing us back together, being made into His masterpieces.