During the Friday address reading, my phone started vibrating in my pocket. When I checked the caller ID I knew it must be important — this individual wouldn’t call unless it were serious. It was an elder family member. They had fallen. They didn’t want anyone else to know, but they also couldn’t get up. They had fallen a few times in the past year and had needed help from perfect strangers. I settled right into work, just feeling and contemplating the vast reality of good. I sent a quick text to them (they had called from their cellphone in their back yard). “And I, if I be lifted up, shall draw all men unto me. Christ IS lifted up. God set the world spinning. He can move any idea.” Within five or so minutes I got a call that the individual was up and about again. They hadn’t needed to call the neighbor or an ambulance. And I just felt so close to God. I had known that there wasn’t any reason to worry. There wasn’t any work to do. I had just gotten to the point where I had a little glimpse of how big and wonderful and good God is.