Susanna and I got up this morning to catch a glimpse of the moon’s performance. Our view was somewhat hampered by the inner city lights and our location in a small field lined with towering trees. Nevertheless, we enjoyed the experience and the beauty of such a spectacular event.

Lunar eclipses remind me of my relationship with God. The moon revolves around the earth and routinely passes under its shadow. It’s central focus is the earth. It is bound to the earth’s magnetic pull. I am bound to God in a similar way. He created me, sustains me, and causes me to focus on Him. I cannot escape Him. He is meant to be the center of my life . . . and whenever I truly am under His shadow, I reflect the glory of His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ.

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