Category: Science fiction
In this devotion from my second novel, The Twins of Zae, I record my fascination with our concepts of being in the presence of God, yet having the presence of God within us.
Blown off course by an experiment, the Universal Science Ship M. Curie is rescued by a race of gentle giants who speak of being outside the realm. Chaplain Craig Lea discovers murals that aren’t what they seem, mysterious journies, and a way of entering the presence of God beyond human ability to experience. Yet, when the mystics discover where Humans come from, their place in the universe is celebrated and brought into sharp focus for the Believers aboard the M. Curie and Chaplain Lea.
I’ve come to appreciate the concept of the essence of God being love. Always is the beginning with me.I read “In the beginning, God created … and I hear a voice saying, “Out of love, in the beginning, God created … . From the first time I saw Star Trek on Television, I was hooked. […]