Today Is Monday – The Firmament Of My Week

MondayToday is Monday. On the first day of the week God said, “Let there be light” and there was light (Genesis 1:3). It was the first day of the week nearly 2,000 years ago the true Light came into the world when Jesus rose from the dead. It was the second day of the week the Lord “made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament (Genesis 1:7). Today is Monday, day two of the week. What a great day this is. This was the day the Creator established the atmosphere that is so vital to life on planet earth. Without the atmosphere life would not be able to survive. Contained within its framework is the sustaining character of creation. The vapors are gathered that bring weather systems to the earth. Diffusing the rays of the Sun our atmosphere refracts light as well as reflects light. Oxygen fills this void making life vibrant. Believe it or not that is Monday. Yep. That day of infamy scorned by multitudes for the challenges its pages bring to the week. This is a great day because it breathes life into the week as oxygen to the atmosphere. Having placed our hearts in tune with worship on Sunday we begin our tasks for the week filled with the Spirit of God and the nature of holiness. Monday is stepping off on the right foot. Monday is the day that helps set the course for a wonderful week serving the Light of the world. Fill the world with the aroma of righteousness this day and carrying through this week the essence of Jesus Christ. Thank you God for Monday.

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