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“And the four living creatures, each one of them having six wings, are full of eyes around and within; and day and night they do not cease to say “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God, the Almighty, who was and who is and who is to come”  (Revelation 4:8).

From all parts of creation, and with full sight and knowledge, the faithful come to the place set apart, eternity, to worship the One through whom and for whom all things were made.  He invented time and all things.  He watches time.  He knows what He has made and there are those whom we do not know, but He does.  Come into His presence and join those who praise Him day and night.

Lord, I look at what seems odd to me and I stop.  Help me to see things as they are and to move beyond freezing up when I encounter what I do not know.  You already know me.  You see me on the timeline.  You see all my yesterdays, today and every tomorrow I will live in this life.  Guide me dear Lord to not stop along the way.  You have called me to walk in the way of salvation.  Lead me where You know I need to go.

Lord, the path is clear for You.  You have not promised that all will be the way I want it. But  You have promised that it will all work out for good.  Help me to understand that there is purpose in everything.  You see it and You are calling me beyond this life to come and join in the worship of eternity.  Lead me now and forever in the promise You have given me and help me to see more clearly with each step.  Amen.

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