Why do you think so many of the Psalms express the desire to see God’s face and to be in God’s presence?
How has this period of separation pointed out our deeper need for fellowship?
Who do you know that especially needs to experience God’s presence this evening?
Tags: praying in exile, trinity devotions
About the Author
My wife, Tasha, and I could not be more grateful to God for bringing us to Trinity and allowing me to begin my ministry surrounded by a congregation that overflows in love, faithfulness, and kindness. I have the privilege of ministering to all ages, so I’m able to see our youth claim the Christian faith as their own and others deepen their love for Christ. I owe all things to the grace of God. I was given two parents who love the Lord and nurtured our family in prayer and faithfulness. And throughout my life, God has continually brought people into my world who have mediated God’s grace and helped me recognize God’s calling on my life. I will be well pleased if my life and ministry will glorify God’s grace and increase people’s joy in Christ. And if my beloved Hoosiers win another national championship, that won’t hurt either.