When darkness, chaos, and emptiness swirl around us, it’s easy to assume God has left the scene. Not so. God stays near when things are awful.
God abhors a vacuum.He not only hates such emptiness, He has the power to eliminate it – not just in nature, but in our lives.
How do you deal with unpredictability? Does it signal danger, or does it signal gift? You’ll find a fresh perspective in Genesis 1.
God (an author) is a master of suspense, but He doesn’t write novels. His crisis is real, as is His solution. God solves the crisis of darkness.
Words change reality, especially God’s words. He starts with creation – but doesn’t stop there. When God speaks, something always happens.
All creations reveal their creator: painter, author, young Lego® architect … or God. At creation the invisible sculptor of our world reveals HIMSELF.
God’s creation is wild … yet controlled. Surprising … but dependable. Just like Him. And He, unlike us, starts with nothing but Himself.