So how do we answer when we think about who God is? In today's Scripture reading (Luke 7:1--16) Jesus heals a Roman Centurion's slave with a comment about the man's faith. Remember? Jesus didn't even have to go to the man's house. If Jesus said the slave would be healed -- the slave would be healed. Then Jesus has compassion on a widow whose son has died. Jesus "gives her back her son." Do we really believe in God's loving compassion?
Even more to the point - how do we answer when someone asks US about God? God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit -- three in One, One in three? Do we talk about when we have seen and felt God in our lives? Do we talk about the awesome creation God 'spoke' into being? Do we share God's Love and compassion?
I encourage you, this week, to be thinking about how we (you) answer "who God is." I especially encourage you to be thinking about if who you say God is is what people are seeing in you.