How do we know who we are if we don’t know our own story? If we don’t know who we are, then how do we know where we are going in life? That’s the importance of lineage – an essential part of our identity, but something that many people lack in our transitory, rootless humanity of the 21st century. But God, of course, has a solution. He has a lineage for every one of us, if we are willing to embrace it.
Deuteronomy 26:1-29:9; Isaiah 60:1-22; Galatians 3:6-14; James 1:1, 2:5-26
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Music: “Where I Belong,” Solomon O. Lopez, The Born At Home Collections, The Hebraism Project 2014. To hear more of Solomon’s music, visit The Hebraism Project on YouTube.
Picture: My lineage in pictures. Top: My grandparents Howard & Mildred Wood at their wedding in1923 (l), with their seven children in 1940 (c), and at their 50th anniversary in 1973 (r). Bottom: Mildred with my brother and me, 1963 (l), Mildred with my daughters and my brother’s sons, 1999 (r).