This past 4th of July was one for the record books. Not because of a firecracker that was lit that day but because of one that was lit nearly 5 years ago on August 2011 that caused scientists at the Jet propulsion lab in Pasadena, California to roar in cheer and celebration.

 Nasa’s Juno spacecraft successfully entered orbit around Jupiter July 4th at 11:53 pm EST. It was a long wait to get up close and personal with the largest planet in our solar system. The spacecraft has instruments that will penetrate Jupiter’s thick cloud layers and reveal what’s underneath.

It reminds me of the depths of our hearts. Only God can really penetrate through the clouded layers we put in place to hide what’s inside.  To many of our family and friends, what has accumulated over the years in our hearts is a mystery. Whether it’s past mistakes, un-forgiveness, pain, mourning, shame or regret; Jesus provides relief, peace, forgiveness, love and acceptance.

(2 Corinthians 4:6)

For God, who said, “Let light shine out of darkness,” made his light shine in our hearts to give us the light of the knowledge of God’s glory displayed in the face of Christ.


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