God is omnipresent. This means He is present everywhere at the same time.
The Bible says the “glory of the LORD will be revealed, and all people will see it together. For the mouth of the LORD has spoken” (Isaiah 40:5).
Habakkuk 2:14 also tells us that “the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the LORD as the waters cover the sea.”
Everybody sees an expression of God daily. Unfortunately, some of us are unaware when this happens.
The word glory means magnificent beauty, splendor, happiness, and gratification. Doesn’t this sound like God? Isn’t He magnificent, marvelous, brilliant, outstanding, majestic, beautiful, loving, joyous, satisfying, nourishing, and so much more?
Have you ever gazed at a flower, the rainbow, the moon, the sun, the ocean, a river, or a baby? When you stare at those flawless things or that beautiful baby, you tend to say, “Awe.” That is because you are seeing an expression of God.
This feeling also happens when you hear certain Christian music, read specific scriptures, hear a particular sermon or words of wisdom from someone in a store.
God is omnipresent, present everywhere at the same time. Have you ever seen a manifestation of Him?
Put your right hand to your chest. Do you hear your heartbeat? Guess who is causing it to beat? Yes, God.
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