A Daily Word - October 5

October 5

“While the earth remains, Seedtime and harvest, And cold and heat, And summer and winter, And day and night Shall not cease.” - >Genesis 8:22

McGuffey’s Reader told of a man who collided with one of God’s moral laws. Angrily, he said, “I wish I lived in a world of chance!” The next morning he wanted to soothe a toothache with warm coffee. As he sipped, the coffee turned to ice. He yelled, “What’s the meaning of this?” A voice replied, “You now live in a world of chance. Sometimes you boil water and it might be hot, and at other times it might freeze.” God’s promise to humanity through Noah is that we will not occupy a world where the foundational order is destroyed. He will not abandon us to raw chance.

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