A good friend told me one time that there are certain things about our beliefs - and they may be different for each of us - that we just can not wrap our minds around. We must accept these things on faith alone because our finite brains can not comprehend the endless possibilities of an Infinite Creator. For her, I believe it was the Trinity, how one God can be three and yet still be One.
For me, at least for today, it is God's omnipresence. You've heard the saying, "Wherever you are, be all there." God is truly everywhere. Not the way we are, spread so thin that we do a lot of things, but don't do any of them well. He is fully present here with me, just as much as He is fully present on the other side of the world with someone else, and just as much as He is fully in Heaven with the saints and those who have passed before us.
It is more than my finite brain can comprehend, but I delight in the knowledge that one day, I will see Him face to face. Never more to wonder how He does what He does. Simply delighting in His presence.
Lord, teach me today how to live in Your presence and be all there.
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