Monday, November 30, 2015
2015 Christmas Music Marathon Day 4
“Behold, the days are coming, says the LORD, when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah— not according to the covenant that I made with their fathers in the day that I took them by the hand to lead them out of the land of Egypt..." Jeremiah 31:31-32
That change was Jesus Christ. This is the first announcement regarding the birth of Christ and it happened 470 years prior to that first Christmas night. He was the new covenant. Before to the birth of Christ Israel was to worship God through a priesthood out of the tribe of Levi. Christ was from the tribe of Judah and He brought with Him direct access to the living God. The birth of Christ signaled the beginning of the new covenant and His death, burial, and resurrection sealed the implementation of that new covenant with anyone who accepted Christ as their Savior. He was Heaven's Child.
Thanksgiving 2015 - Wordless Wednesday
Thanksgiving was spent with my cousins in Kentucky. We arrived Tuesday afternoon and returned home on Saturday. We had a great time with family that we don't get to see but once every couple of years.
Thursday was all about family and food. There was plenty of both and everyone had a great time.
There was some basketball and football to be watched, but the games were hardly the focus of the day. However, on Friday we went to see some very special athletes.
Everyone loaded up and we headed to Churchill Downs for some horse racing. I have never been to a race track on race day. These animals are beautiful and you can see every muscle. They are finely tuned athletes that love to run.
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Have a lovely Monday! Cheers!ReplyDelete
I'm so happy you had a great Thanksgiving with family. No surprise to me since you're all about family.ReplyDelete
Loved the video. Very nicely done.
How fun to get to go to the track. It's been years, but I've never been to a track that famous.
Have a terrific day my friend. ☺
It looks like a great Thanksgiving to me. Everybody is smiling at least.ReplyDelete
I love going to horse races mainly for the people watching. From the paddock to the finish line it is interesting. When I go, I bet, usually for the favorite to show which drives people crazy.
The animals are beautiful like you say. I don't know if it is skill or luck but when I used to go I used to go races I used to call a friend who was "connected" and he would call me back and tell me which races and horses to bet on and he always nailed it.