Do you wish God would just show up already and Do Something to fix everything that’s broken in the world – or broken in your own life? It’s hard to see God’s power with His goodness. Why doesn’t He act in power for the good of the world?

Not only is God powerful and good, He’s also wise, and His ways are different from ours (they’re bigger, better, cleverer). He still has the universe in His hands. He’s working all the time, in power, for our good and His glory, even when we can’t see what He’s doing.

Read Deuteronomy 10:17 here –



We live in a cause and effect world. IF you bunk class, THEN you get detention. It’s natural for us to apply that principle to God – but it’s wrong.

God doesn’t fit into formulas, and His Kingdom ways are totally opposite to the workings of our world. It’s His kindness, not his anger or discipline or meting out of consequences, that leads us to repentance.

Paul writes about God’s wonderful kindness towards us in Romans 2:4 – read it here:

So, IF you sin, THEN God runs to you, and wraps you in His redemption.



The coolest thing about getting to know God is realising that He has known you, all along. During the times in your life when it felt like He was far, He was really close. The times you couldn’t see Him? He could see you.

Read Job 31:4 (

God knows you completely: the good, the bad and the embarrassing. And He longs for you to know Him too. Even today – even now – He’s watching and waiting, loving you and leading you.

Reach out to Him with a simple, ‘Hey God.’
He’s closer than breathing.



Knowing God through the Bible

A.W Tozer says, “What comes to our mind when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” When you think about God and who He is, what are some of the questions you ask about Him?
A few of my questions are “Who is God?”, “What does He do all day?”, “What’s great about Him?”, “Why did He create the world?”.

I am so thankful that we have the Bible to teach us, show us, and help us get to know God and answer the questions we have about Him.
Spend some time this week looking for verses that speak about who God is.

Read Romans 15:4 here –