What is truly important?

Joel McDurmon has a great piece on the American Vision website. He relates the story of a group that determined April 11 to be the most boring date of the year. McDurmon examines their standard of what is and is not important and concludes:

… God rules history, and the same god rules within and without the Church, and in between. He rules in the details of the big people and little people, in the Oval Office and in your bedroom. Nothing under His eye is of less historical importance than anything else, and the only measure of meaningfulness is faithfulness to His Word. This is the only reason the ancient kings even made it into God’s written histories in the Bible: to show how they, along with all the other insignificant people and events of the era, did nothing but fulfill His covenantal promises and prophecies.

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About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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