Every day is a Day’s Journey

In every detail of our lives we are on a journey; and in the moments of each day we make choices that can impact the lives of our children, spouses, relatives, boss, co-workers, friends, and yes, even a stranger walking by.

Day’s Journey is just a pointer to the Lord Jesus Christ, who is The Way, The Truth, and The Life

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  1. RGG says:

    I am building, ever building,
    As I live from day to day,
    Something good or something evil,
    In the things I do and say.
    Soon I’ll have a finished structure,
    Standing for eternity,
    But if Christ should look upon it,
    Would he be ashamed of me?

    There are little seeds of kindness
    That are ready to be sown;
    There’s a noble deed that waiting
    To be done by me alone.
    There are acts that break or injure –
    Mean and selfish as can be.
    If my deeds were known to Jesus,
    Would He be ashamed of me?

    There are words at random spoken,
    That may soothe or wound a heart.
    I can never repossess them
    Once they from my lips depart.
    Every word can bring some blessing,
    Or a cursing it may be.
    If He heard the words I’ve spoken,
    Would He be ashamed of me?

    Up ahead the road’s dividing;
    Here and now I must decide.
    One there is that’s straight and narrow,
    While the other’s smooth and wide.
    After one of these is chosen,
    And I’ve reached my destiny,
    When He found me there, I wonder,
    Would He be ashamed of me?

    PFC. Seth Baker
    A.A.B., Alliance, Nebraska


    1. Lisa Rene Delgado says:

      No, He took upon Himself and nailed it to the Cross


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