Life at a Glance

Tuesday,November 5, 2013

2 Chronicles 25—28

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Photos of the earth from a satellite reveal cities as tiny blotches of color flung across the globe. In one glance, the congestion, commotion, and conflict of whole cities are beheld in silence. In a similar way, the chronicler sweeps across the history of Judah in summaries of kings—some good, most evil.

Kings come and go. Whether good or bad, God continues to weave sacred history even with wicked thread. Life is short, especially when seen from above; remember Zaccaheus!

If you were to write a summary about your life, what would you want it to be? There is still time for you to update and upgrade your life according to the image that God had of you when you were first conceived. Keep the end and purpose of your existence in sight. The tiny details of today lived with love can make a magnificent mosaic tomorrow.

The Reading for Today
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Bible Breaths
Lord, You have power to help. 25:8
Lord, You are the only God. 25:14
I prosper when I see You. 26:5
Walking in Your holy ways

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This is the tenth of thirteen weeks in Kingdomtide, Year C.
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