Groundswell Church – Footprints of God

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Groundswell Church - Footprints of God

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This boxing day our lead pastor Cyril Guerette talks about how we are made to honour baby Jesus who will one day reign over the entire world.

God has asked us to be stewards for him to take care of the world and all of his creation.  Some examples of this include Joshua being tasked by God to look after the sun and moon, Daniel in the lion’s den.  Jonah when he was swallowed by the sea for 3 days and in the way Sampson fed by ravens.

God’s name is majestic and we are made in the image of God reflecting who he is.  Humanity in the future is going to be very interesting.  All of creation is for us to take care of it in his name.

We are God’s most important creation and we, we are lifted about the angels as the species that God entrusts to bring in the end times through us.  God’s fingerprints are on everything around us, Cyril challenges us to look for these fingerprints as we go about our week.

As we go for walks and travel our in the world, everything we see has God’s fingerprints on it.  For example, despite the cold, ice, and snow God’s laid all the snow like he wipes our blood white like snow as well.

God may call you to be a bright light and show the love of God in a rainforest halfway across the world or in your own backyard.  It’s important that like the prophets we trust God and respond faithfully like Daniel in the lion’s den.

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