From Heaven’s Space

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Psalm 99

Let us be lifted up to the heavens to gain a perspective on the whole world. This is where the psalmist places himself as he composes this psalm. It is a song for worshipping the Lord on the Sabbath—the day of rest, the day of the Lord, the day to place all earthly works into the light of heaven.

When we are forgetful of the mighty, yet loving place that the Lord has over us, then preoccupation with the smallness of our world begins to bind with worry and anxiety. Lift your eyes to heavenly places where Jesus sits at the right hand of the Father and worship the Lord with abandon and joy. Heaven is not a far off, distant place; it is a spiritual reality where you can be whenever you give yourself in love and worship to the Lord.

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3 thoughts on “From Heaven’s Space

  1. I just found this reading plan and am very excited about it! Was just wondering if this plan could be added to the YouVersion app? That would make it much more convenient to use.

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    • I’m delighted that you are so interested in this Bible plan!

      I’ve submitted it for consideration at YouVersion. In the meantime, users simply bookmark the web page. It changes every day, both versions. You can receive it in your inbox if you become a follower.

      When people become excited about the plan, it in turn is very exciting for me, for it means that new users are catching right way the unique power of the approach.

      I hope you find each day’s readings to weave their way into a wonderful tapestry of God’s Word for you. We look forward to your comments about how the readings touch your life.

      Anything I can do to help you in this journey, I’m here.

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