Darin’s Doodles


Darin’s Doodles

Darin’s Doodles

Greetings to you in the name of the God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.  There is a once-in-a-lifetime event happening in just a few days.  The total solar eclipse is turning out to be an extraordinary thing.  From all accounts thousands of people, including famous people are descending upon Nebraska.  It is schedule to happen over Bennet at 1:02:48PM for 1minute and 49 seconds.  This is another amazing thing that God has created and lets us be a part of it.  Being a part of a church and watching it grow and change is another excellent thing that God has blessed all of us with.  It is a blessing to know God through every way and manifestation possible.  When the majority of us think about God, we think of Father, Son, & Holy Spirit or one of the three aspects/persons.  But, what does the ‘Father’ look like and it is possible the Father could be more than that, after God did create the entire world.  The Son is Jesus Christ, the Son of Man as often referred, but most certainly the Son of God.  The Holy Spirit, what does that or ‘it’ look like or is there anything to see at all?  Every single one of us has an idea, thought, or picture in our mind of what we think God looks like and is.  Can anyone know accurately what any one part of the Trinity actually looks like?  It’s virtually impossible to know without a shadow of a doubt of what exactly God looks like and the biggest reason is because each of us has our own opinion.  There are really no descriptions in the Bible for God, Jesus, or the Holy Spirit.  The pictures that we have of Jesus are created due to the time and area in which Jesus was born, raised, and lived, but there are no real pictures of him.  Each of us has opinions on God and on everything, which is exactly the way God made us.  The ‘church,’ general speaking is for everyone and this church, Bennet Community Church, is no different.  Each of us has opinions on God, church, and life, which is really a wonderful thing.  May you all be blessed.

In spirit, Rev. Darin