Live, move, exist

For in Him we live and move and exist, as even some of your own poets have said “For we, too, are his offspring.”  So since we are the offspring of God we ought not to think that the divine being is an image carved in gold or silver, or stone by human skill and imagination. Acts 17:30

Within all of us lie patterns of thought and responses to experiences that are common across time and geography. We desire meaning and long for transcendence. Art, science, philosophy, literature, social structures, innovation, and discovery are results of the image of the Maker within us that causes us to be makers ourselves. Beyond the products of our own imaginations, abstract thoughts, and tangible creations is a personal, loving Father. Our greatest satisfaction, connection, and revelations happen through awareness of and relationship with Him as we live and move and exist.

Lord, thank You for making us to be Your children.