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Austin Grigg

Husband, father of two bright-eyed boys, dabbling theologian, web developer and app maker.

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Reflecting God's Glory

Can I just be honest for a minute and admit that I look goofy when I preach? I'm sure part of it is looking at yourself on video, but I'll just clear the air for everyone and say I look goofy. I can't bring myself to watch the whole video, but I notice enough of my quirks (rubbing my arm when I'm nervous and strange faces) that I figured I would apologize ahead of time.

Enough self debasement -- I was honored again this week to teach at our church. I spoke last week about desiring God's presence above His promises and craving to see him reveal His glory. This week was about how when we spend time in the presence of God we can't help but reflect His glory. As glorious as Moses' encounter with God was, the glory we receive through the Holy Spirit is even more glorious Paul says in 2 Corinthians 3.

Here is the video from yesterday's message, goofy guy and all.


Reflecting God's Glory from Austin Grigg on Vimeo.
Haha you don't look goofy, my friend. You look calm, thoughtful, and prepared. Don't sweat the small stuff. :)

Thanks Justin. I'm getting more comfortable in my own skin. I guess now that I'm a dad I'm supposed to be a little goofy :)


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