Man reviving history

It’s a bright new day for new happenings.

At about one kilometer high, the Jeddah Tower which is under construction in Saudi Arabia, will be the tallest structure in the world to date, standing 180 m taller than the Burj Khalifa. The peak of Mount Everest is 8,848.86 meters above sea level.

Albeit the building, to be completed in 2021, was delayed in 2020 by the COVID-19 Pandemic. It is ironic that man revives history in the same area of the world where the Tower of Babel was built and stopped by God. Historians say that between 100 and 700 years after the Noah Flood, the city and Tower of Babel was attempted.

They said, “Now let’s build a city with a tower that reaches the sky, so that we can make a name for ourselves and not be scattered all over the earth.” Then the LORD came down to see the city and the tower which they had built.

Genesis 11:4 & 5 (GNB)

God changed languages in one moment after he visited the city Noah’s descendants had built. It changed the history of mankind. God will always have a way to enforce His will and to stop the human from destructing itself. So too, if God visits your house today, what would He change? What would you change? As believers we need to understand and seek God’s will.

Dear Father, show me your will in my life, so that I will not stagger over my own want of success. Make me successful within the bounds of your will so that my purpose, calling, and presence will be confirmed by the Holy Spirit. In Jesus’ mighty name, Amen.

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