“For those of us who have been Christians for a while,
it becomes easy to think that we’ve pretty much exhausted the possibilities of the Christian life.
We can settle into a routine of activities
at church and in our small groups and Bible studies,
with little expectation of anything new.
The familiar becomes the predictable,
and everything from here on out will be more of the same.
We dip our teaspoon into the vast ocean of the living God.
Holding that teaspoon in our hand, we say, ‘This is God.’
We pour it out into our lives, and we say, ‘This is the Christian experience.’
God calls us to dive into the ocean.
He call us into ever new regions
of his fullness, his immensity, his all-sufficiency.
There is more for us in Christ than we have yet apprehended.
Let’s never think that we have him figured out
or that we’ve seen all he can do.
The Bible is not a guidebook to a theological museum.
It is a road map
showing us the way into neglected or even forgotten glories of the living God.”