If you’re anything like me, there are places in your heart and corners of your mind that feel just as deep and dark and inaccessible as outer space. Fight as you may; unearthing the happiness and fulfillment you long for deep inside can feel nearly impossible.
In Psalm 8:3-4, King David gives us a clue and a beautiful promise to discovering the vastness of God’s character. His solution? Consider the heavens. Look up at the night sky. And in doing so, discover fundamental truths about God. Namely, that even though His love for us is as beyond comprehension as the farthest corners of the universe, through His Son, you can grab hold of it, and it has the power to transform your inner space.
Embark on the adventure of a lifetime tracing the words and wonders of Jesus on his race to the cross. My prayer is that The Last Supper on the Moon will compel you to a more profound sense of purpose, a grander view of Jesus, and set you on trajectory to life, and life more abundantly.