The works that I do,” Jesus said, “testify to me.” John 10:25
It is far easier to believe in an invisible God than a visible one.
It is challenging to believe the One who
feeds the hungry
works in our neighborhoods
enters to heal in houses of the unnamed
reads familiar Scripture together with all the saints
extends hope to the marginalized and sanctuary to the refugee
befriends the enemy and the persecuted
seeks unity, peace, and love in all things
Favored One, each time you move towards someone instead of away from them, you make Jesus known.
Glory: the invisible God made visible by Jesus at work in the world.