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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Inspired by . . . Sing to Jesus: Day 24

Continuing the #write31day challenge  . . . you can find the entire series here.




Today's Reading:


Today's Offering:

My guess is that most of you probably don't read fantasy fiction, beyond maybe the occasional J.R. Tolkien or C.S. Lewis and, frankly, you won't find much better or more divinely inspired brilliance. 

Except for the Bible.

Psalm 114 reads like a paragraph out of a fantasy novel. I don't know if you're one who takes the Bible literally or figuratively (there are passages that lend themselves to either) but my take is that since the earth and everything in it belongs to God (Psalm 24:1) and the wind and seas obeyed the Word of our Lord, the scenes described in Psalm 114 are certainly possible.

We, humans, tend to believe only what we can wrap our 5 senses around. While it's unlikely (but not impossible) that any of us will witness the earth dance in His presence or see God turn a rock into a pool of water in our lifetime, God can, and will, move heaven and earth in the figurative sense, in your life. 

God is the helper and sustainer of your life. (Psalm 54:4)

He withholds no good thing from those whose life is blameless. (Psalm 84:11)

Although we are no more than a puff of wind, our lives no more than a fleeting shadow (Psalm 144:3), He continues to bless us with abundant life. Not only on earth but, more importantly, in eternity with Him.

Now that's a happy ending in my book!

Shalom,







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