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And I’ve tweaked the title to be “The Galactic God Who Invites Us into His Glorious Plan.” So let’s begin this book on finishing the mission by focusing on the God who is inviting us into it.
Isaiah 6 has been in my heart as I’ve prayed about what to say here. When you have a vision, as Isaiah had, about who God is, that’s all you really need. There doesn’t need to be any application at the end of a pure vision of the glory of God.
The psalmist says it like this in Psalm 40:1–2: “I waited patiently for the Lord; he inclined to me and heard my cry. The speaking assignment given to me originally was “The Global God Who Gives the Great Commission.” I love that title, and I carried it in my head for a while. We barely have a clue as to the magnitude of whom we’re dealing with.
It wrecked me emotionally, and I don’t think I’m going to get put back together for a while. Psalm 40:3: “He put a new song in my mouth, a song of praise to our God.
Perhaps you’ve read the story, whether the account by the Bishop of Rwanda or any of the various historical accounts. An amazing, beautiful God beyond our wildest dreams and our wildest imagination. In the midst of the mess, he has invited us into life with him through his gospel. Far too many Christians put a period right there and say, . Many will see and fear, and put their trust in the Lord.” “He put a new song in my mouth.” So if you’re not singing, you may not be saved.
The Spirit of God then leads us through a process of reclaiming the wreckage and putting us back together again and on a new track, the track of his glorious plan. But to his surprise, instantly transformation came — by the mercy of God. There was no whiff of “Well, let me go home and pray about what God has for me.” Let me save you the time. (2) Have you ever felt that desperate and been touched with that kind of grace?
He drew me up from the pit of destruction, out of the miry bog, and set my feet upon a rock, making my steps secure.” He heard my cry. But toward the end of the journey, I modified it a little. And even is too small, because galaxies are an idea that God had.
I thought we could take a step back from “the global God” and think more about the galactic God. I love the saying, “The universe is one of God’s thoughts.” True, and amazing.