Moving God

Moving God

Sunday, July 15, 2018
| 2 Samuel 6:1-5, 12b-19

How do you move God? Very carefully. Better question is: How is God going to move us?

You'd think that we could not possibly have a problem with storing our stuff.

Why would we think this?

Because over the past 50 years, the average size of the American home has tripled!

Because many of these homes have two-car garages -- in which to store stuff.

How many of us with two-car garages can actually park two cars in the garage?

This is why 1 out of 10 Americans rent off-site storage, and why there are upward of 50,000 storage facilities, and 7.3 square feet of storage space per every man, woman and child.

And then, inevitably, we need to move the stuff in the storage space.

How can we move our stuff? Let's count the ways: pods or containers, u-drive trucks, bus, car, overhead containers, air, ship.

The moving industry is changing before our eyes. It seems like almost every day we hear about new startups that offer easier, cheaper and more innovative ways to move our stuff. Similar to what Amazon did with the publishing industry and then with retail, and the impact Uber is having...


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