“I want to live an amazing life so I can draw a picture of it.”
So said my six-year-old granddaughter, McRae. She loves to draw and ‘do art.’ You can see some of her master pieces in our kitchen.
She gets it. That life is to be amazing art.
But, let’s admit it. Some of us are not very good artists. And some of the pictures drawn from our lives are not suitable for public viewing.
What happens, though, when a person discovers who is really meant to draw the picture of our lives? What happens when one discovers the real Artist?
This Sunday at the Gathering Church we will look at one of the most important conversations ever described. In this month’s message series, Learning God: The Big Moments, we are expanding what we know and what we experience with God.
This week in Exodus 3:1-15 we go with Moses to check out a bush on fire. Moses makes it out alive from this encounter with God, but he’s not unchanged.
From that point on Moses’ life can only be explained by the artistry of God.
Gods’ art work. Isn’t that what we want to be?