A single metal folding chair propped up against the outside of a garage door. A pile of shoes in a Nazi camp. Church buildings converted to homes or businesses. The restless and troubled drunk who used to be a pastor.
These are the signs of things that were, yet are no more. They speak of activity that was.
But can we really relegate these things to the past? For the living God in Christ is witness to everything in our lives.
Let every man be wise and consider. What is done in the body, lives in the mind of God. “For in Him we live and move and have our being.”
It is man who considers past tense. It is man who finds it convenient to forget. To God, all things are.
By His Grace