Chapter-a-Day 1 Chronicles 27

Hushai the Arkite was the king’s friend. 1 Chronicles 27:33b (MSG)

How cool for Hushai to be forever memorialized in God’s Message as “the king’s friend.” That’s not a bad way to be remembered.

I look back at my journey and am grateful for all those friends who have shared it with me. Some friends shared the path for a leg or two before striking out on their own way. Other friends have been present off and on through time. Then there are those who have been a constant presence in one way or another. I’m blessed.

Today, I’m grateful for my friends past and present. I’m thankful for the difference they’ve made in my life.

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3 thoughts on “Chapter-a-Day 1 Chronicles 27”

  1. 23-24 David didn’t keep a count of men under the age of twenty, because God had promised to give Israel a population as numerous as the stars in the sky. Joab son of Zeruiah started out counting the men, but he never finished. God’s anger broke out on Israel because of the counting. As it turned out, the numbers were never entered into the court records of King David.

    Note to self…if God tells you He is going to do something, DON’T QUESTION IT!

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