Mt. Rainier in the state of Washington is always an awe-inspiring sight. Its peak is snow-covered all year long. It is visible from a distance of two hundred miles. Native Americans called it Tahoma which means "the mountain that was God." It reminds us of the Greek Mt. Olympus, regarded as the residence of the gods. But we worship a God who has not turned into a mountain, and who has not made any mountain top his home. We worship the God who made the mountains, and the plains, and the sea, and all that is in them.