John saw a door open in heaven and there he saw a throne and one who sat on it. In the center of the universe is a throne and it is occupied by a loving Father. The Father has an open door policy just like a professor, coach or boss. Take advantage of coming in to see the Creator, Redeemer, King.
The Lord dwells in the invisible half of the universe. That is not to be understood as a distant place, but a different dimension. A space that the ancient Celtic Christians called a “thin place.” We are exhorted to come before the throne of God and no other place on earth better represents (re-presents) the throne than the Table. It also brings us to the center of history the life, death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ.
As I make my way to the Table usually in the middle of the night I almost always come with a certain sense of awe, fear, and trembling as I seek an audience with the king. Yet I never fail to leave with a sense of having just been home. A place that is familiar, full of grace, truth, love, forgiveness, mercy, peace…
I would encourage you to add into your life more time at the Table…around the Throne. it will help center your life.