To my knowledge the Bible is the only book that has a distinct revelation of
the beginning and the end.
That is to say the Bible reveals, through the work of God what took place in
the beginning and through the work of God what will happen in the end.
There is something amazing about that to me.
Maybe I’m a little slow, dense or easily excited but I came to that realization this morning.
No one else was there to witness the beginning (human wise), and no one else,
besides John who was shown the revelation to document God’s foreknowledge,
has been into the future to know that which will happen.
On the surface this may seem simple, but it really emphasizes God’s
omnipotent nature and man’s weak ability to control himself, his
environment or anything else for that matter.
Being a parent I see that there’s little to nothing I really have control
over in my daughter’s life.
I cannot make her start or stop laughing, crying, screaming or wiggling when
we go out, but that’s not impossible for God.
I hope He makes Abby laugh a lot more than she cries or screams
Jessica is Twenty-Six
Jessica had her birthday yesterday and we’re very excited about her being legal to drink and gamble now.
Oh, wait, she was that old before, but we’re excited she’s old enough to get married.
She’s old enough for that now, too.
Maybe she’s just old enough now to be past the ‘twenty-middle’ age and is now
on the down side of the twenties, descending down into the peaks of the
Either way she’s a beautiful bride and I love her dearly.
She’s a great mom to Abigail and I think she’s a fabulously godly woman!
Resting in Him,
Randy “Theology-Man” Peterman