Explore the Bible Lesson for July 16: God Revealed
June 27 2017 by Emily Carter, member, University Hills Baptist Church, Charlotte

Focal Passage: Psalm 19:1-14
 
Have you ever searched YouTube  for “Indescribable” or “How Great is Our God” by Louie Giglio?
 
If you do, you’ll view some amazing teaching about God and the incredible universe He has created. The pictures of the galaxy are worth the effort.
 
In Psalm 19:1-6 we see that God can be seen through His creation. God’s creation is marvelous, and it shows His might and His ability. It also reveals who He is.
 
Romans 1:20 explains, “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities – his eternal power and divine nature – have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse.”
 
God also reveals himself through His Word. As I read through Psalm 19, the first time, I could not help but feel like I was reading the abridged version of Psalm 119, where we are taught even more about God’s teachings, precepts and laws.
 
In God’s Word we will uncover the wisdom we seek. If we will take the time and dig in to it we will discover more about the amazing character of God. We would see His love for us and discover His plans for our lives.
 
Finally we learn about God from our common daily struggles and experiences as Psalm 19:13-14 shows. Often times the more we strive to be like God the more we realize our great need for Jesus and His forgiveness.
 
There is amazing power in God’s creation and His Word. A walk in the woods, a view of the vast ocean, hearing the waves crash on each other or seeing the stars in the night sky: there are so many things about God’s creation that draw us to Him. But, nothing calls us quite the way that His Word does.
 
When we are alone in God’s presence, seeking for Him to meet us, He will show up with a fresh word of encouragement or challenge.
 

6/27/2017 8:26:10 AM by Emily Carter, member, University Hills Baptist Church, Charlotte | with 0 comments




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