In her book, Simply Your Life, Elaine St. James wrote that each sunrise, which most people take for granted, is, by far, “the greatest show on Earth.” Since learning this, even though definitely not a “morning person,” I have been getting up to watch that beautiful golden orb peek over the horizon above the outline in the distance. On the day I write this, the sunrise was particularly spectacular. The same, I suppose, is true of every sunset. And both of these “shows” are completely free of charge, produced and directed by our loving Creator, so that we will always know of his love and concern for us.
This Sunday is the final installment of our current message series that we’ve been calling, God’s Not Dead. Over the last six weeks, we have been reflecting on recent scientific developments that make belief in God a rational and logical endeavor. So far in the series, we have explored:
While the specific information we have provided in this series is important, and I urge you to watch our messages online for the details, what is of utmost importance is that the mysteries and indescribable beauty of our vast and silent universe speak volumes about the love of its Creator for us. From the sunrises and sunsets to the incredible elegance of our own DNA, it is—and always will be—the greatest show on Earth.
—Father Roger Gustafson, Pastor
Father Roger Gustafson