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He is just getting started. Naomi thought her life was over. Her husband was dead. Her sons were dead. There was nothing left to live for. She went home to die.
Instead she found a daughter-in-law who would not desert her. She found a God who would not desert her. He made her later years better than her beginning.
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Being a Girl
Beautiful, kind and caring. She is Audrey Hepburn.
As we sang this song yesterday during worship it was actually happening. Heaven was touching earth. It is a regular thing that we take for granted, but I was reminded during the song that amazing things happen when Heaven touches earth.
For instance in Texas during a hot dry summer when the grass is brown and dead looking, a good rain will make your lawn look like the weeks of heat killing never happened.
Yesterday Heaven squelched heatwaves across the country. But is also brought some destruction. We try to think of Heaven as this gentle peaceful place instead of powerful and mighty.
I mean what happens when powerful and mighty meets weak and unworthy? When permanent meets not permanent? When holy meets unholy?
But think about this: if Heaven contains a mighty and powerful God, why wouldn’t what comes out of it also be mighty and powerful? Why wouldn’t whatever comes from Heaven have transforming power?
Perhaps this week we should examine what happens when Heaven touches the earth. It changes what it touches.
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