years. Physical appearance is culturally something we pay attention to, though most of those alterations are out of our hands in spite of how we try to manage them — hair, wrinkles, and weight, just to name a few.
The dictionary would define change as: “To be, or cause to be different”. Historically change is inevitable. No matter how we want things “to stay the same”, they don’t. The highway we travel, called life, has many side roads that allow us to consider change; graduation, marriage, parenthood, loss of loved ones, and retirement to name just a few. Through each of these changes we become “Changed” or different with one great exception. God’s Word.
So, the Word remains a constant in our lives, and does not change. The decisions we make on our life journeys are ours, (education, politics, careers and family dynamics), but they can all be influenced by the one constant in our lives, His Word.
When we consider the constant of the Word and the love it describes for each of us, the highway of change in our lives might be just a bit less bumpy.
In His Name, Craig
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