How Do We Understand an Infinite God in a Tangible World?

Happy Easter, Wanderers!!

Today, I thought I would share some important and very relatable reflections on the tangibility of God written by my friend Danny. After all, today is one of the most essential holy days of the Christian faith, but it celebrates an event most Christians never saw, heard, or felt first hand–the death and resurrection of Christ. However, Danny and I are both of the firm opinion that He is very real, tangible, and active in our lives. Please read and enjoy, and feel free to ask me any questions it raises. I’d love to try to help you out.

He is risen indeed!!

–Erin

Unfolding Narrative

There are times in my life where God feels really distant. It is hard to pray, hard to read the Word, hard to worship the Lord because he doesn’t seem physically tangible. How can I commune with an infinite God who can be so difficult to grasp intellectually in a physical world?

"Baby's Hand" by fruity monkey licensed under CC BY 2.0 “Baby’s Hand” by fruity monkey licensed under CC BY 2.0

I agree with the age-old adage that actions speak louder than words. I would almost go as far as saying this isn’t even a subjective statement, but human nature. Words can only get us so far. Actions tell a better story. A lot of times, words are necessary to complement our actions, but if you really think about it, you will agree too.

It’s one thing for a boss to tell their employee that he or she is doing a good job. It’s another for them to say…

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