lunes, 21 de enero de 2013

A Clear View !

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The Gran Telescopio Canarias, one of the world’s most powerful telescopes, sits atop an extinct volcano on La Palma, Canary Islands. Inaugurated by King Carlos of Spain, it offers astronomers an unusually clear view of the heavens. Located at 7,870 feet, the telescope is above the cloud cover, where the prevailing winds are dry and turbulence-free. There, near the equator, scientists can study all of the Northern Celestial Hemisphere and part of the Southern.

Jesus chose a mountainside to teach His followers about the characteristics of a life yielded to God. There He taught them that attitude, not altitude, was the key to having a clear view of the Father.

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Read:

Matthew 5:1-12


Although I know He has furnished countless good things for me, when the car blows a gasket, when the flu infects my family, and when relationships threaten to unravel, dissatisfaction threatens my view of God’s blessings—they seem more like infrequent drips from a faucet rather than a flood of water from a hydrant!

Tucked into the passage known as the Beatitudes, Jesus said:“Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God” (Matt. 5:8).

This is not just for the few who try to achieve it, but for all who will humbly receive it.

To have a heart that is clean in God’s eyes, we need to accept the Father’s pardon through Christ His Son.

“If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse [purify] us from all unrighteousness”

(1 John 1:9).

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Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God. —
Matthew 5:8


A mountaintop is a great place to see the stars, but to clearly see God requires a change of heart.

Since by faith I have clear vision,
Your blest Word is rich and new;
Men with eyes by sin distorted
Cannot all its treasures view. —Bosch
To get a clear view of God, focus on Jesus Christ.

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Bible in a Year:
Deut.
17-19; Mark 13:1-20


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