The Person of Loud Love (2 of 14) by Fred Lowery
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Series: Love Loud
Dr. Fred Lowery
Psalm 19:1-3; Genesis 1:3-5; Isaiah 40:12-13; Isaiah 40:18, 21-30; Isaiah 46:9; Ephesians 5:2; Psalm 8:4
February 8, 2009
When I saw that for the first time last week I was by myself and I just had a little worship time following that. An awesome God that we have and so the song they just did that Eddie and Geof wrote that for the Love Loud series. Last Sunday was a wonderful service. I've had several people say to me it was the best service they've ever been in, in their whole life. But God showed up and it was an amazing experience. Can you just imagine eleven hundred and twenty something pairs of shoes? And every kind you can think of. From real, real expensive to flip flops and crocs. But every one of them brought to God's altar. So you are wondering now what will I do today. I notice that you have on some nice jewelry. No I'm just kidding. I'm just kidding. But didn't it feel good last Sunday. God is awesome. He is big. Bigger than anything that we could imagine. He's bigger than the combined vocabularies of all the geniuses of the world they could not describe God. Because He is indescribable. Bigger than our wildest imagination. Bigger than our grandest dreams. Bigger than our eloquent descriptions. He stands alone. He's always been. He had no beginning and He has no end. Awesome almighty God. And what's the quickest way to get an idea of how big this God is. How awesome this God is. Well the quickest way is to just look up. Look up on any night, any day. Look up into the heavens. Twenty four seven, three hundred and sixty five days a year the heavens are telling us that God is a big God. An awesome God. Big, huge, gigantic, add all those together and come up with humongous to the infinite power. There is no way that we can approach how big God is. But He is really, really big. We know God is real and how do we know He is real? Just look up. Look up in ...
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