Steve's reflections on life

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One Giant Leap
I remember being glued to our black and white telly as a 5 year old boy watching the Apollo 11 moon landing 50 years ago in July 1969. According to NASA, Neil Armstrong's footprints are still on the lunar surface five decades after he uttered those immortal words “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”

I’ve loved the moon all my life. I remember a night in Spain several years ago when I presented the Gospel of Jesus to a huge crowd outdoors. As I made the invitation for people to receive Jesus, I looked up and saw a giant moon in the dark sky and it deeply affected me. I got a glimpse of the enormity of God as I watched people responding to his love.

People look up for comfort, inspiration, wonder, orientation and even navigation. Many look for their very destiny in the movement of the stars. There is no scientific basis for astrology. The charts were drawn up when people believed the world was flat and the planets rotated around it. Several of the major planets were undiscovered and none of it has changed the charts!

When God is removed, the anchor is lifted and everyone does whatever they want. When we let go of the Father we don't believe in nothing we believe in anything. There's a better way to fill the aching void. Jesus lived and died to reconnect us to the God of the cosmos. From the universe to the inner-verse he loves us, he sees us and he longs for us to know him.

“Men and women who have lived wisely and well will shine brilliantly, like the cloudless, star-strewn night skies. And those who put others on the right path to life will glow like stars forever” (Daniel 12:3 The Bible)

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