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Total Eclipse

Total Eclipse

Today millions of Americans pushed the pause button on life to watch God perform. Listening to all the warnings about shielding our eyes made me think of Moses. Remember how he desperately wanted to see God, but God told him seeing Him would be too much. Still God wanted to bless Moses; he wanted to give him a glimpse of His glory. So, God put Moses in the cleft of a rock and then God covered him with His hand until He passed by. Just as millions of us wore special glasses in order to see the glory of God through an eclipse, Moses was treated to a partial look at God’s glory, but only with God’s hand as protection. How amazing it was that for one day the world focused on the power of a God who can align the moon and the sun in such a way that everyone wants to look up to the sky. That, my friends, is POWER! Have a great week. (Photo of my look at the eclipse on my paper plate) Hugs, 2-mama

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