My Facebook Day

Like yours, Facebook lit up for me like a Christmas tree on the 24th.  “Happy Birthday” flooded my timeline and I indulged in the well-wishes of family, close and distant friends and the casual acquaintance who happens to know someone who knows someone who knows me.

It is good, I think, to ponder our days and years, each one of which is a gift from God.  Psalm 139:16 says that while I was an unformed substance, he looked into my timeline and formed each and everyone of my days.  Literally, God placed each day as on a potters wheel and formed a vessel into which He and I both pour.  Some things he wants me to do.  Other things, I choose to do myself.

That’s the beauty of living.  To weave in and out of one’s moments.  To discover His surprising goodness.   To experience the joys of my consequence.  And to know that among the Facebook eulogies is one that will say, “Well done” by my God who forms my days.

(By the way, thanks to those who noted my wall yesterday.  If you want to join my Facebook conversation, Click Here)



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  1. body{font-size:10pt;font-family:arial,sans-serif;background-color:#ffffff;color:black;}p{margin:0px;}A belated happy birthday to you, Todd.  While you were observing your 48th birthday, I was reading Dancing with God.  I like the table manners book, also.  Will give it to my son and daughter-in-law for helping little David with his table manners.  The bathtube page was too funny!  You’re an amazing man, filled with God’s love and mercy.  What a reunion we’ll all have in Heaven one day!Blessings and love,Lynn

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