How Big is your God and Where is God located?

hubble 5 billion

The impressively huge galaxy cluster MACS J1149.5+223, whose light took over 5 billion years to reach us,

That is just how long the travel took by light!!!!    How many BILLIONS of miles away is it?

God does not reside just above the earth and moon.

Hubble sees galaxies galore

More galaxies than can be connected and counted.

Do you get it?   look here is a “smaller picture”  this is just our galaxy
our galaxy

This video sequence zooms into the Hubble Space Telescope view of the galactic core. Hubble’s infrared vision pierced the dusty heart of our Milky Way galaxy to reveal more than half a million stars at its core. Except for a few blue, foreground stars, the stars are part of the Milky Way’s nuclear star cluster, the most massive and densest stellar cluster in our galaxy. Located 27,000 light-years away, this region is so packed with stars, it is equivalent to having a million suns crammed into the volume of space between us and our closest stellar neighbor, Alpha Centauri, 4.3 light-years away. At the very hub of our galaxy, this star cluster surrounds the Milky Way’s central supermassive black hole, which is about 4 million times the mass of our sun.

So how big is your God?
How important are the things that overwhelm you?

Until Next Time~
Blessings Kate


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    1. Cindy, I am blown away by how HUGE and smooth running the universe is. The awesomeness and grandeur of all this is beyond comprehension. Maybe that is why some days it is easy to just default to “god is above us” and think of that as Earth. Until we look through the telescope

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