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Friday, December 14, 2012


You may have noticed that the world is changing.  Rapidly.  Not just politically but in every other way.  When we took our first son to college, during orientation they told us that there would be jobs when he graduated that were not even imagined when he entered school.  The amount of new information that is available each day is staggering.
As believers how do we handle the tsunami of change that is our world?
It is not possible to keep up with all of this.  As believers how do we cope?  What should be our focus?  How do we help our kids and grandkids navigate these turbulent waters?

Isaiah 26:3 – 4 offers some measure of an answer to this.  In the midst of a churning cauldron of change, the still point is the One who created this and holds it all together.  There is little in which we can trust that will not change.  He does not.  Therefore it is in Him only that we should trust.

He alone is steady.

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