I still feel tired from an eventful day of travel. We didn’t leave the airport until a little after 1 pm yesterday. Once we got to the airport in Atlanta, it was a little after 3 pm; we couldn’t find our luggage, it didn’t come out with the other bags from our flight. We finally rounded it up and headed to our hotel. On our drive over, we notice that the police had shut down part of the interstate; after seeing a motorcade and secret service vehicles, we discovered we had witnessed the motorcade of Kamala Harris. It’s kind of funny, though; the cars were marked with the words “Secret Service.” Why would they put that on display if it was a secret? Maybe my eyes were deceiving me. There’s always something fishy going on with that “administration.” She was in town to push the experimental injection. There wasn’t much hoopla surrounding someone so famous, but I’m just a bystander looking in on a minor part of history.
We live our daily lives with someone extraordinary within our hearts and are saved from everlasting demise because of him. So, why would we or anyone else place another human in such high regard? We do it every day without thinking of how ridiculous we are being. Put your hope in Jesus with the assistance of the Holy Spirit, who dwells within you, and place no man in higher regard than Jesus.
Here is how we should regard Jesus:
Now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen. Ephesians 3:20-21