Who was king of Tyre?
Who was the father of Solomon?
Who was Michal? ____________________
Lesson: We see that God is very involved in history and we see that He is involved in the everyday activities of man. God has not changed. That means He is involved in our lives. Is He welcomed in your life?
Prayer: Lord, I welcome you into the activities of my day. Walk with me as I walk with you. Amen.
WALKING THROUGH LIFE
An unusual thing happened to me a few years ago. I spoke casually with
a woman who served tables at a restaurant I frequented. We knew each
other by first name only, but usually chatted for a few minutes each
time I dined there. One day, she asked me, “Do you have a son about
eight years old?” ‘What has he done?’ I thought. She pressed on.
“Does he play soccer?” I answered, “Yes’ “I thought so,” she smiled.
“I saw him and thought he must be your son.” Since there were tens of
thousands of young boys in the city, I was amazed and exclaimed, “I
didn’t know he looked that much like me.” ”Oh, I didn’t see his face/
she said smiling, as if she were keeping a secret. “Then how did you
know he was my son?” Now I was puzzled. “I was just sitting in the car,
and I saw a little boy in a baseball cap walking across the field to join
his team. He walks like you.” Walks like me? Now I was curious. How
do I walk? Maybe I could watch him amble around to get an idea. That
said, how we walk down a street and how we walk through life are very
different things. Perhaps I can’t help how I walk down a street, but I
want to be intentional about how I walk through life. I want to walk
gently. I want to treat life with reverence. I want to remove my shoes ir
the presence of holy ground. As much as possible, I want to walk in
peace. I want to walk lightly and joyfully through whatever days I am
given. I want to laugh easily. I want to look at people the way Jesus
sees me. I don’t want to tread any heavier than necessary. I would like
to walk with more humility and less anger, more love and less fear. I
want to walk confidently, but without arrogance. I want to walk in
appreciation for what I have been blessed. I want to be genuinely
thankful for God’s extravagant, yet simple, gifts — a star-splattered
night sky or a hot drink on an ice-cold day. If life is a journey, then how
I make that journey is important. How I walk through life. But still I
wonder how I look when I walk down a street.
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