If there is anything we’ve learned in the first three weeks of our search for the invisible God, it’s that He is findable. In fact, He wants to be found.
So why is He hiding?
If you ever ask yourself that question, this Sunday at White Pine you’ll get answers. And here’s a hint: It may have more to do with you than Him.
Is it possible to touch God–and survive?
I know how hard it is to imagine touching a God who is intangible, but there are many passages of Scripture in which physical contact between God and humans does occur. How is that possible? What does a touch from God feel like? What are the lingering results? We’ll find answers to these questions and more.
The fact that God is invisible is hard enough. Does he have to be inaudible too?
Some would say, “Inaudible? Hardly! He speaks to me regularly.” But many of us either have never heard His voice, or haven’t heard it for so long that we wonder if we would still recognize it.
We are going to find out whether our experience of hearing–or not hearing–God is normal or abnormal, and we’ll see whether we need to hear His voice in order to live the life He created us to live.
“Christianity is not a religion. It’s a relationship.”
The first time I heard those words, they so resonated with my heart that I memorized them, and I have repeated them often in the years I have followed Jesus. But full disclosure requires a disclaimer: It’s unlike any other relationship–because, after all, God is invisible, inaudible, and untouchable. Those barriers make relating to God challenging to some and unimaginable to others.
For the next four weeks, we are going to face the invisibility factor head-on. Wherever you are in your quest to find God, I hope this series will help you to know Him and love Him like never before.