THIS THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK IS PROVIDED EACH WEEK BY GRACE COMMUNION INTERNATIONAL IN THE UK. The Thought this week is provided by Gavin Henderson on the National Ministry Team.

Hello,

Did you see the pictures from the Yutu 2 “Jade Rabbit” lunar rover recently?

If you are a fan of space exploration (and who isn’t?), these pictures are not to be missed as the Chinese rover is the first chance we have had to see what the far side of the moon looks like at ground level*. While previously we have had pictures taken by satellite of the far side of the moon, this is the first time we are able to see it up close, and experience what it is like to travel along its stark landscape.

Space has often been associated with the divine and mankind has often tried to see God, but can we ever truly know what God is like? Is God too far away? Is our image too blurry?

The good news of Jesus Christ is that God came to us so that we no longer have to guess what God is like. Through Jesus we can see God up close and encounter him personally.

Don’t miss out on God’s mission to Earth.

Warm regards,
Gavin

* The moon is tidally locked to the Earth, which means that only one side is ever visible from the Earth’s surface.

PS This is also published at www.because.uk.com 

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