Both prophets urged people to pay attention to the place where they stood and the moment that was unfolding because if God is with us at all in any meaningful way, it is not as some abstract principle or distant force, but in the life we are actually living. In crumbling temples and audacious building projects. In lush vineyards and lousy crop returns, in typhoons and childbirth, in love, and war, and peace. That—whichever ‘that’ happens to be yours right now—is where God is. And that—whichever ‘that’ happens to be yours—is the moment on which God needs you to train your attention.