My friend Ben, on the International battlefront in Romania submitted this, an awesome insight into acts of faith and our place with God.
It doesn’t take huge acts of boldness, in fact, it’s the very littleness of an act that allows the hugeness of God to take place. As Ben points out, the impact of your faith on those around you. While everybody wants Mikey to try the Life cereal ( I just caught that name significance), Mikey takes just that little step and pulls the rest of them into Life.
Hey, I wanna be like Mikey….
Originally posted on Footsteps In The Deep:
This morning, I was thinking about when Moses first saw the burning bush in Exodus 3. After calling to Moses, God then tells him, “Do not come near here; remove your sandals from your feet, for the place on which you are standing is holy ground” (3:5).
My usual reaction to this verse is something like, “Since God’s holy, when Moses took off his sandals, it was like leaving behind the dirt, the grime, the sin of the world.”
But this morning I was thinking about how the removal of the sandals removed the barrier between man and what is holy. With no sandals on his feet, Moses touched holy ground… with his bare skin.
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