"...I even discovered an altar inscribed, 'To an Unknown God'. What therefore you unknowingly worship, I proclaim to you."
The question that popped into my head when I read this was Do I know this Unknown God? Is God unknown to me? How do we know God anyway? Can we really know God? Pondering questions, Friends, for sure. I think we can learn about God, study God's word, practice God's rituals, and that may lead us into thinking God is known to us. But, even with all of that, what we really need is to experience God ourselves...in our lives. And, I think that occurs in those moments that literally take our breath away. We can read and study for years and still not know God until we experience the Presence of God who takes our breath away. If you can spare a few moments in quiet, think about those times. Realize that our God is close enough to experience; as close as our next breath. Our God is not a monument somewhere to be worshipped, but our God is with us in each moment we can recognize the Presence. Love, heidi