God's Covenants

God's Covenants

I love this. Who but God can control day and night? It can be as a sign to us; each new day is once more saying I am God, and I am still in control.

If God is the One who sets the day and the night, then who am I to try to determine what is the best for me, and for my family. It is a reminder to me each day that God is God, and I am not.

Lord, thank You once again for this reminder. I will be more aware with each sunrise and each sunset that You are God and I am not. I love You and trust You. AMEN

The Lord's name should be praised from where the sun rises to where it sets. The Lord is supreme; his glory reaches to the skies. Psalm 113


God’s Covenants

Jeremiah 33:19-21, 25-26



19 The Lord spoke his word to Jeremiah, saying: 20 “This is what the Lord says: I have an agreement with day and night that they will always come at the right times. If you could change that agreement, 21 only then could you change my agreement with David and Levi. Only then would my servant David not have a descendant ruling as king on David’s throne. And only then would the family of Levi not be priests serving me in the Temple. (Jeremiah 33:19-21 NCV)

25 This is what the Lord says: “If I had not made my agreement with day and night, and if I had not made the laws for the sky and earth, 26 only then would I turn away from Jacob’s descendants. And only then would I not let the descendants of David my servant rule over the descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. But I will be kind to them and cause good things to happen to them again.” (Jeremiah 33:25-26 NCV)

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