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This world is built on change. Everything changes. Even the planet is designed to shift its plates, burn its own forests, carve its own canyons.
We experience this change in our own bodies. Joints start to hurt, weight gets harder to lose.
We are agents of change.
Being a part of the world economy, we see how huge businesses once thought immortal start to sag. Technology that could be worshiped as magic in another decade is piled for recycling in this one. The blood, sweat and tears spilled over a person's movie production is now a dollar dvd in a bin near some EZ Cheez cans.
Things don't remain in place.
If you ever played "king of the hill" on a snowy mound, we see the world in a simple play. The world demands change. So what doesn't change? The Lord and his Word. In an ever-morphing soup of souls, desires and wishes, we slip about in a stumbly slushy path of meaning. Those of us who have pressed our feet on the Rock have an advantage of stillness. If you stare at your work and wonder "is this any good? It's not like the others." The Lord stretches his hand to us and says "give it to me." Like a Heavenly Father with a Heavenly Fridge to display things for His glory, you don't know what He has planned. As things come and go, He is the one who remains in a position to look at what you've done and use it in the way He wants to use it. So don't say "it's worthless." You are many things, but not a judge.
In a world of bests, you are better because the One who holds eternity, holds you.