What do you think about as one year ends and another begins? The bills coming due in January, loosing weight, difficult times, broken relationships. The list can be endless. But, what do you hang onto? A favorite saying or thought that helps you? In Joshua 3:2-4 (MSG) I find an intriguing statement: "After three days, leaders went through the camp and gave out orders to the people: “When you see the Covenant-Chest of God, your God, carried by the Levitical priests, start moving. Follow it. Make sure you keep a proper distance between you and it, about half a mile—be sure now to keep your distance!—and you’ll see clearly the route to take. You’ve never been on this road before.” Those ancient people had to stay clear of this expression of God. Today, we have God's word, the very expession of God. But, like those ancient people, many keep their distance from God's word, not realizing that it is the only guide through the issues of life. This year, to 'see clearly see the route to take' join us in reading through the Bible. Here is the link. If you don't have a Bible, contact me. Pastor Roger email@example.com.