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Stars Go Dim

In Genesis 22, God promised Abraham that his descendants would outnumber the stars in the sky, and we are a product of that promise. We have been given lives and breath, but as surely as the sun rises, so our lives are “like a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes” (James 4:14). Symbolically, our lives follow much of the same pattern of a star in the sky: they are formed, burn, dim, and die. Conversely, our Creator, who made every atom in the sun, sky, and sea, and who knitted us together, never dims, tires, fades or leaves us in any way. “His light shines in the darkness and darkness can never extinguish it.”(John 1:5). As ultimately our “Stars Go Dim” in this life, we as a band want to point with all that we have to the One who created light and life, the One who steadily shines and sustains.