I Will Put

I will put…

“But I will make a new covenant with the whole nation of Israel after I plant them back in the land,” says the LORD. “I will put my law within them and write it on their hearts and minds. I will be their God and they will be my people.”  –Jeremiah 31:33

God seems to do this work.

As I have read Revelation quite a bit recently, I noticed that the people in heaven throw themselves to the ground and worship God often.  It seems more often than we do now.  Then I was thinking upon Job when I noticed that right after everything was taken from him, he too threw himself down with his face to the ground and worshiped.  I asked myself if I do the same.  I remember falling on the ground but that is almost always in desperate prayer.  Yet there may have been an occasion where it was done in worship.

Jeremiah 31:12 uses the word radiant.  Will words ever lose the depth of their meaning?  When you associate people with words, those words tend to acquire a meaning unique to you towards them.  I have many such words.  Radiant, light, and thunder are all now associated with different people.  Quite interesting how the mind creates these connections.  And each one of these began only recently.  Words bring memories.

I know much happened yesterday but the words do not arrive in the manner in which I want them to so I continue to erase them.  Most of the day was a 6-7 but falling back down to a 4-5 in the evening.  Talks with the kids.  Kristen wanted to read the story of Samson after her algebra take home test so we did.  Those are the best the words will get on yesterday.

Time for today…