Evidence for God in the Universe…
“God is always seeking you. Every sunset. Every clear blue sky. Each ocean wave. The starry host of night. He blankets each new day with the invitation, “I am here.”
Louie Giglio, The Air I Breathe, p. 21
“God is the center of everything that exists. Above all the little gods of earth, He alone is Creator. Sustainer. Originator. Life Giver. Beauty Maker.”
Louie Giglio, The Air I Breathe, p. 27
“Worship should matter to you because you are and always will be a worshipper. It’s what you do. You can’t help it. You can’t stop it. You can’t live without it. But you can choose where to invest it. You can choose to make your worship count for eternity.
We’re created for worship. That’s why you and I are going to spend our lives declaring the worth of something. As a result, we’ve got to make sure we declare to be of greatest value is really worthy after all.
For me, I’ve got to keep making sure that what matters most–matters to me.
The same is true of you. It’s impressive that you find an object worthy of your affection. It’s essential that you find a God worthy of your life’s devotion.
You only have one life. And you only have one life of worship. You have one brief opportunity in time to declare your allegiance, to unleash your affection, to exalt something or someone above all else.
Don’t waste your worship on some little god, squandering your birthright on idols make only with human imagination. Guard your worship….and carefully evaluate all potential takers.
To choose well doesn’t mean we can’t appreciate things of beauty and style. it’s certainly not wrong to deeply love another. Nor is it a sin to love a great job or enjoy an amazing destination.
But when we elevate any of these things to the highest place in our hearts, we’ve gone too far.”
Louie Giglio, The Air I Breathe, p. 29
“Worship also matters because every day there’s a battle for your worship.
The things we evaluate. The values we serve. None of those choices are made in a vacuum. There’s a war raging for your worship, and its been raging since before there was time.”
Louie Giglio, The Air I Breathe, p. 30