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Friday; February 23

As I sat and looked out my window I think I could see what I thought was a bald eagle flying off in the distance.  I watched it do loops in the air and ride the thermal waves high above the trees.  It was kind of cool to glance up every-once-in-a-while and see that it was still out there, but, in all honesty it wasn’t all that impressive or distracting from a distance.  If, however, there had been an eagle outside my window in the parking lot, I would not have gotten much work done.  I would have been so mesmerized by the majesty of the bird that I would sit there and stare at it for hours on end.  The plumage, the claws, the powerful muscle structure would be so impressive that I just wouldn’t have been able to take my eyes off of it. When we consider God, do we do so from a distance or from His up-close-and-personal presence in our lives?  I wonder if, sometimes, the reason we don’t praise and glorify God with the intensity that we should is because we perceive Him being “out there s…