In our fast-paced lives, it is easy to overlook the holy moments that often go unnoticed in the whirlwind of our routines. We rush from one task to another, seldom pausing to appreciate the sacredness that surrounds us. This Sunday, as we gather together for worship, we will be looking at a story in which Moses is confronted with the reality that God is closer to us than we often realize.
Indeed, each day presents opportunities for us to stand on holy ground if only we pause and open our hearts to the sacred. It may be in the gentle smile of a stranger, the beauty of nature, or the profound silence in the sanctuary. We are called to slow down, to breathe, and to be attentive to the whispers of the divine in our lives.
I look forward to sharing more with you on Sunday.