Love was the manifest presence of God.
We had the wonderful privilege of celebrating the Feast of Tabernacles with a group here in OK. I had the honor and privilege to deliver a message to the adults but I got to help put together and teach the 5-11 year old children’s program.
Every year we return home with a glow, having been around nature and long lost “family” and just the incredible peace we experience while there.
While I was telling a friend about our time at Sukkot, she asked me, “Was there a time that I could feel or sense the manifest presence of God in a tangible way?”
I thought for a bit. I can’t say that there was one event but that God worked through the entire week all leading me to this conclusion: The manifest presence of God was love. Brotherly love.
So I hope your blessed by this message. It was a great blessing to give it.