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Tuesday, January 5, 2010

"At the End of the Day"

Several months ago my husband mentioned that he thought the most over-used phrase on television or radio talk-type shows was "at the end of the day".  Last week he told me that ESPN has begun a new segment on one of their shows called, "At the End of the Day".  It shows clips of people (coaches, players) using that phrase!  I don't watch much TV, but had it on a news program this morning and heard that same phrase and it made me laugh!

Isn't it funny how certain phrases get over-used?  I haven't taken the time to analyze why people use the phrase or even if it makes sense when they use it, but it did get me to thinking about the real "end of the day" - the end of each day.  At the end of the day, what really matters?  What really matters is my relationship with God.  Of course, to be in the right relationship with God at the end of the day, means we should also be in the right relationship with others in our life.  If any hatred is in our hearts, our relationship with God is not what it should be.  At the end of the day it matters whether I've become a child of God - by allowing the blood of Jesus to cleanse me - according to what is written in the Bible and not what I think may be right.

So at the end of this day, is your life right with God?  Remember - that's what really matters..."at the end of the day".

1 comment:

Wa Wa Waughs said...

thanks for letting us know what's popular...about the only TV I watch is Jeopardy...

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