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Isaiah 65:1 (NASB)


Here am I, here am I.


Where is God? How can we find Him? What's God doing in all this human suffering and misery? Can He hear me? These are questions that we usually run into while evangelizing. Little do most of these well-meaning souls realize that God is everywhere and right in front of them, and saying "I'm right here." As Paul puts it in Romans 1:20, creation declares the glory of God and His omnipresent (Psalm 19:1). People travel far and dig into historical texts and even scriptures to find God, while all the time ignoring the marvelous testimony God has left in place about Himself, His creation. If the Pharisees and Jews had looked up to the heavens instead of dogmatically poring over scriptures alone, they would not have murdered the Son of God.


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