In Psalm 67, the Psalmist writes, “May Your ways be known throughout the earth, Your saving power among people everywhere.” When we read this, it is highly likely that we would agree with the Psalmist. Of course, we would want God’s ways and His saving power to be known around the world.
But the desire for it is not the same thing as actively, intentionally aiming to make Him known. Agreeing that it is important for God’s ways and power to save to be known across the globe does not make Him known. I agree that exercise is important, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t have to get outside and walk or lay down and do some crunches for the exercise to do something for me.
Today, consider how you are living this out. Do you want His ways to be known? Do you want God’s saving power to be known? If you do, then how do you point to Him? Does your life point to Him? How are you giving Him glory today? How do you point others to Him? If you want Him to be known, make Him known to those you encounter. Point to Him.
“May Your ways be known throughout the earth, Your saving power among people everywhere.” – Psalm 67:2 [NLT]