Nov 30, 2020, 13:27 PM
Title : 12/20
passage : 2 Samuel 7: 1-5, 8b-12, 14a, 16.
person : Brian Lancor
personTitle : Senior Lecturer, Chemistry, Geoscience and Physics
date : Dec 20, 2020, 00:00 AM
I feel that 2020 has been a year where the structural problems in our society have been clearly manifested. A year where I have struggled to keep faith in a better future and to determine what my role should be in building that future. In this text, I was struck by the question God poses to David: “Should you build me a house to dwell in?” I felt that God was providing an example of the type of leadership our time demands. God’s commitment is to a better world for David and his people, not to his own glorification. This is followed by God’s promise, not for a better world for David, but for his children. This was a reminder to me that God’s promise, and our faith, is not that this year will be great, but if we embody God we can make a more just world for those who follow.
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