Are you a VIP? I guess we are...or I guess we were, for a day. My husband and I got to see the game from one of those very special booths. They have supreme seats, glassed in for warmth, and food galore. There were dips and sauces, sea food, and wings, wine and soft drinks, desserts and more. We were treated like kings. We were treated like we were important.
What would it be like to be given such regard and honor regularly? Would one get tired of it? Or perhaps forget to be thankful for it? The last game we attended we sat down in the end zone. My hands and toes were so cold I could not feel them. Rain drizzled on us for two hours, oh, but we enjoyed the game, don't get me wrong. I appreciated the fact that we had tickets. This though was the creme de la creme. We could not get over it. We were treated like royalty.
According to the Bible God sees each of us as "very important people," to Him.
1 Corinthians 13:12
"What we see now is like a dim image in a mirror; then we shall see face-to-face. What we know now is only partial; then it will be complete--as complete as God's knowledge of me."