Lord, you have been our dwelling place in all generations. Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever you had formed the earth and the world, from everlasting to everlasting you are God. Psalm 90:1-2
When I first read the lyrics and listened to the song of the week, the constancy of God immediately came to mind. On the surface, such a quality doesn’t seem very appealing. It’s almost like meeting someone who says that they eat Cornflakes every morning. Yeah, that just sounds boring. I’ll admit that I’m a cereal girl, but I switch brands as soon as I finish one box, and if I’m feeling really wild, I’ll make scrambled eggs and sausage on the weekends.
It’s so funny. We are creatures who are easily bored by monotony, but we are terrified of change. For instance, I found out that my least favorite day is coming this weekend: Daylight Saving Time Ends. That’s right folks. You are going to lose an extra hour of sleep as we spring forward. I knew it happens every year around March, but when I saw a post on Facebook I immediately felt like yelling, “NOOO!” As you can see, I don’t even like the change that I know is coming. Continue reading