. . . or with the breadth of his hand marked off the heavens?” (Isaiah 40:12 NIV)
The industrialist Charles Beebe, a close friend of Theodore Roosevelt, often visited the presidential retreat at Sagamore Hill. One evening they went outside and Beebe pointed to a faint glow in the sky. “That’s the spiral galaxy of Andromenon. It contains a billion stars brighter than our sun.” Then Teddy Roosevelt would look at Beebe and say, “Do you think we’re small enough?” But that’s not really what Isaiah was saying. He doesn’t look at the majesty of God and say, “Look how small I am.” No, he says, “Look how great the God is who cares for me.”
In Living in the In-Between Times, Pastor Ralph Douglas West brings the story of the Old Testament prophet Samuel to life, showing you how God speaks in your “in betweens” and what it looks like to live faithfully in these seasons of waiting and wondering.
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