Recently I was walking our dog, Buddy. It was a cold morning, but a beautiful morning.
I could see my breath, but also the sun streaming through the trees. There was fresh snow on the ground. As the sun hit the snowflakes, it made them shimmer, like ten thousand sparkling diamonds.
I stopped walking and just looked up. I thought… ‘How glorious.’
It’s a fitting statement, really. Because when something is truly glorious, God is showing his GLORY-to-US.
“On the glorious splendor of your majesty, and on your wondrous works, I will meditate” (Psalm 145:5 ESV).
Watching… noticing… observing… God’s wondrous works. For some it’s a lost art. Let’s not let that happen to you and me.
See, marvel, meditate, wonder, give thanks, praise.
What if God was continually putting things in your life to bring your eyes and heart back to him, and to the remembrance that you are held in the goodness of his heart?
When something is truly glorious, God is showing his GLORY-to-US.
—NEW PODCAST INTERVIEW. I was so glad to interview Adam Holz. He is the director of Plugged In, Focus on the Family’s entertainment and technology review website which is visited monthly 1 million times. Our talk is called “What is media discernment?” The task has never been so pressing, but many don’t know what it is. Adam gives us some clarity. You can listen here, or wherever you subscribe to podcasts. I truly think this is one of the most pressing issues of our day, especially for those with young people and children.