God Puts His Signature in the Sky for Us to See
From episode: Declaring God's Promises
I've never seen this before, but it seems like God opened the ark on Noah's birthday. Maybe I'm wrong about this, but it says in Noah's 601st year, on the first day of the first month, the waters were dried up from the earth. Noah lifted the hatch, looked out and saw the dry ground. I just think that's so sweet that the Lord was thinking about him. People obviously lived a lot longer before the flood. There's all kinds of ideas and stuff about that, but Lord, we just focus on you. We thank you so much for your presence. There's this beautiful idea that, in this action that God has taken, maybe even in your life. I've met multiple people who have said that rainbows show up in their lives at opportune moments where God's like letting them know. What an awesome encounter that could be. What an awesome encounter for New York on September 11th recently. It's just incredible that God really does, He just puts his signature, as the Passion translation says, in the sky for all of us to see. Thank you so much, Lord. Thank you, Lord. Sometimes, you just need to take a minute to feel grateful. Just feel it. It's not because we're so rotten or anything, but the Lord delights that we delight in his creation, the things that he does. So when we do that, he's up there smiling and experiencing such joy. As we experience joy over his creation, he delights in us delighting in him.